sport news Manchester United must replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka with Kieran Trippier

sport news Manchester United must replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka with Kieran Trippier
sport news Manchester United must replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka with Kieran Trippier
'He CAN'T defend': Manchester United must replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka with Kieran Trippier because he 'is not up to the quality', claims Charlie Austin after facing the right back in QPR's friendly win over the Red Devils last week Charlie Austin believes Aaron Wan-Bissaka is not got enough for Man United The QPR striker says the 23-year-old 'can't defend' and must be replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is interested in a move for England star Kieran Trippier United have welcomed Jadon Sancho and are close to signing Raphael Varane 

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Queens Park Rangers striker and talkSPORT pundit Charlie Austin has insisted Aaron Wan-Bissaka is the weak link in Manchester United's defence and they must replace him with Kieran Trippier this summer.

Wan-Bissaka has been a regular on the right side of United's defence ever since he moved to Old Trafford for around £45million from Crystal Palace in the summer of 2019.

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He has largely impressed in his two seasons at the club, winning plaudits for his 1v1 defensive ability and athleticism to get up and down the pitch.

Charlie Austin insists Aaron Wan-Bissaka must be replaced as Manchester United's right back

Charlie Austin insists Aaron Wan-Bissaka must be replaced as Manchester United's right back

Austin told talkSPORT on Tuesday that the 23-year-old 'can't defend'

Austin told talkSPORT on Tuesday that the 23-year-old 'can't defend'

However Austin, who played against Wan-Bissaka in QPR's 4-2 friendly win over United earlier this month, has told Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that the 23-year-old is a defensive liability and must be replaced.

The striker, who has also played for Southampton, Burnley and West Brom during his career, also insists England star Trippier should be the man to replace him this summer. 

Austin told talkSPORT on Wednesday morning: 'Although Manchester United have signed [Raphael] Varane, their biggest problem is they need a right-back.

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