But, it was in a league one step below the Premier League and the Norwich star also had more appearances against his name.
Wan-Bissaka - one of the Premier League's breakout stars of last season - has widely been reported as the primary target, with such reports mounting in recent days.
As far as personal terms are concerned, renowned Italian journalist Nicolo Schira claimed that the Old Trafford club have already reached an agreement with Wan-Bissaka and are in talks with Palace to get his signing done.
As per various reports, Manchester United are lining up a second bid of £50 million for Aaron Wan-Bissaka after their initial £40 million offer was turned by Crystal Palace.
It is a considerable fee spent on a young player but should his development continue, Solskjaer would certainly have to spend more next summer.
"He wasn't mature enough and didn't really settle in at Man United".
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"You've got to take a chance on those players lower down the leagues for £5m or £6m and they can turn into £40m players".
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On the other hand, Aarons has come under the radar of the Red Devils after their search for a suitable player at the right-side of defense.
Manchester United have released Antonio Valencia this summer and are looking for a new right-back despite signing Diogo Dalot from Porto for £19m just 12 months ago.
Wan-Bissaka has a contract until 2022 and has not indicated that he will force a move this year.