West Ham are a more attractive proposition for Aaron Wan-Bissaka as he looks to move back to London, according to reports.

The Manchester United right-back, who joined the Red Devils from Crystal Palace in 2019, has been a player of significant interest from our Hammers for some time – and it appears an exit from Manchester is nearing, with the defender understood to be keen on a transfer back to the capital.

According to reports, Wan-Bissaka is also a target for Palace, who are hoping that his history with the Eagles will tempt him to return – however it has been reported that the Croydon-born player has his heart set on a move to West Ham instead.

“We are told that a January move for Wan-Bissaka could be on the cards despite interest from his former club, Crystal Palace,” it stated on Football Transfers.

“It is thought that a move to West Ham is a more enticing prospect for Wan Bissaka than a return to the Eagles, where he spent three seasons.”

West Ham are expected to once again be busy in the upcoming transfer windows, with our ExWHUEmployee reporting that a new striker is high on the list of requirements for Tim Steidten and his team – so it remains to be seen if a move for Wan-Bissaka is realised this Janaury, or kept as a piece of business for next summer.

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