Manchester United right-back, Aaron Wan-Bissaka has joined a league of Footballers in observing the stay at home challenge caused by the outbreak of coronavirus. For a couple of weeks now, the world of football has been a break, no football activity is allowed to take place in virtually all cities in the world except few countries in Europe.
Some top football players in Europe started the stay at home challenge by uploading a video of themselves whether in their living room or at the front of their hallowed mansion displaying their football skills whether with football or a roll of tissue. This is a way of them telling the rest of the world that football will definitely return, hence, they are not giving up on it yet, at least, not so quickly.
In the same vein, Manchester sensational right back, Aaron Wan-Bissaka shared a video of himself in front of his mansion doing some football jog before he played the ball into a vehicle parked some kilometers away. Wan-Bissaka is no doubt one of the best right-backs in English football, his prowess, and doggedness on the field of play was the beauty that attracted Manchester United in 2019.
Wan-Bissaka before he joined Manchester United
Aaron Wan-Bissaka started his football career in the youth wing of Crystal Palace before he joined the first team in 2017. The English man who is of African descent (DR Congo) made some impressive stat in Premier League in 2018, a season of a breakthrough for the 22-year-old player.
“It’s an unbelievable feeling and an honour to call myself a Manchester United player and something I know that only a small number of players have the privilege to say. Those were the words of Wan-Bissaka when Manchester United finalized his deal worth £50 million with Crystal Palace May 2019. Despite the Red Devils paying a huge sum to bring the London born player to Manchester United, it would interest to know that Wan-Bissaka also earns well.
Wan-Bissaka weekly wages in Manchester United
Manchester United is one of the biggest clubs in the world, virtually all players will want to play football with Manchester United outfits and many would do anything to ensure they play for Manchester United. Often times when the club land a new player, there is always speculation that the player must have accepted a pay cut to join the Red Devils. However, Aaron Wan-Bissaka did not take a pay cut to be in Manchester United. He is a good player who has prepared well over time, and when preparation meets opportunity luck comes. His weekly wages in Manchester United is 80% more than what he earns while he was in Selhurst Park.
Wan-Bissaka earns a whopping sum of £80,000 weekly which is huge compared to the £10,000 he was earning in Crystal Palace.