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Wes Brown Tips Aaron Wan-Bissaka To Become a United Great

Former Red Devils defender Wes Brown has been highly impressed by Aaron Wan-Bissaka and has tipped the youngster to become a ‘great’.

According to Brown, Wan-Bissaka who arrived from Crystal Palace this summer has got Premier League wingers running scared.

The 21-year-old has not got much experience having played just one full season of senior football but certainly has been a good fit for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s young and new Manchester United.

Wes Brown believes that the full-back, who has been one of the most positive signs for Manchester United after the first few games, can become one of the top defenders in England.

Wes Brown Tips Aaron Wan-Bissaka To Become a United Great


Brown was quoted as saying by Paddy Power:

“He’s started every game, he’s got great athleticism and he’s good in the tackle.

“He’s come from Crystal Palace and people wondered if he’d be good enough for Manchester United and already from the first game it looks like he’s stepping up. He’s enjoying it and it’s where he wants to be.

“If he can carry on like that he’s going to be one of the greats in that position.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka also tops the list of most number of tackles in the Premier League so far this season.

“He’s only young, he’s level-headed and everything he’s done, tackling, tracking back has been brilliant.

“I’ve even seen some of the better players not dare to have a go at him, they’re turning back and passing it.

“That’s the sort of player he is, no one wants to take him on because he’s going to go with everything.

“People say he slides in too much, but I think he times his tackles perfectly.

“When you have a player like that and people realize they can’t take him on, it’s an advantage to the team because they start playing back.”

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will now be hoping that the England international continues to deliver on the pitch after Premier League action resumes after the international break.

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