MANCHESTER UNITED have identified Norwich defender Max Aarons as a Plan B should they fail to land Aaron Wan-Bissaka, according to reports.
Wan-Bissaka has told Crystal Palace he wants his dream move to United.
The Red Devils are lining up a second bid for the right-back after their initial £40million offer was rejected.
Palace are ready to play hardball and could ask for as much as £60m for the England Under-21 star.
According to Sky Sports, United will turn their attentions to Aarons, 19, if their pursuit of Wan-Bissaka fails.
It is understood the England U19 ace will cost about £15m.
Norwich ace Aarons was voted EFL Young Player of the Year last season as the Canaries won the Championship.
Palace themselves are already drawing up plans to replace Wan-Bissaka with Aarons.
Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea have also shown interest in the gifted full-back, who can also play on the left.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to sell Matteo Darmian, 29, to make room for a new right-back.
Spanish side Valencia have shown interest while there are options for him back in Italy.
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