Aaron Wan Bissaka bid fans farewell in Man United’s final home game against Newcastle

Manchester United defender, Aaron Wan Bissaka has reportedly bid fans farewell in the club’s final home game of the season, Newspremises reports.

United hosted Newcastle at the Theatre of Dreams on Wednesday night, May 15, they wind up their campaign with a trip to Brighton.

SPORTbible had previously reported that the Newcastle clash could see Aaron Wan-Bissaka become the third player whose exit will be confirmed.

The Red Devils have embarked on a radical surgery on their squad following an underwhelming campaign under Erik ten Hag.

The Old Trafford dwellers have won just 16 games in 36 games so far this season, and their disastrous run has denied them Champions League qualification for next term.

This has left the club’s hierarchy with no choice but to restructure, a move that would affect the future of several players.

Meanwhile, According to The Mirror, Wan-Bissaka is among the players whose future has already been sealed, with the right-back set to depart in the summer.

The publication claims that Man United have already bought a farewell gift for the Englishman, who is all but set to bid fans farewell at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.

Wan-Bissaka becomes the third high-profile player set to depart, with Raphael Varane and Anthony Martial joining him on the exodus list.

Varane has already confirmed his imminent exit, having already posted his farewell message on his social media.

On his part, Martial is expected to cut ties with the Red Devils upon the expiry of his contract this summer.

The Frenchman has endured an injury-ridden spell with the Red Devils since joining them in 2015 from Monaco.

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