Manchester City have been joined by Manchester United and Chelsea in the race to sign Crystal Palace fullback Aaron Wan-Bissaka, according to reports in the UK.
The defender only made his senior debut in February last year but has established himself as a regular first-team player under manager Roy Hodgson this campaign.
The Citizens have reportedly been tracking the 21-year-old for a while but both the Blues and United are now also keen as they look to strengthen their options at right-back.
Fans on Twitter believe City should pursue a deal for Wan-Bissaka:
The boy is special
— Muhammad suleman (@suleman51492530) 16 January 2019
Would absolutely love this
— Walter (@ManCitizen06) 17 January 2019
Can’t see us getting him
— Andre ?? (@AndreJordmc97) 17 January 2019
Been the best RB in the league this year
— David Freeman (@DfreeJr87) 17 January 2019
Good, guy is class..
— Dave a Bitter Bertie (@davetheblue41) 16 January 2019
We’ve Walker and Danilo. If Walker would concentrate more and Danilo be slightly more attacking in the final third when involved, we’re good
— The Deliberate One (@LyricalMax1) 16 January 2019
Give them walker.
— zoy_786 (@zoy2786) 16 January 2019
do a swap deal with walker
— ً (@sergioscity) 16 January 2019
He’s a good player & thought so last season. Better defender than Walker. If there was any way to convert Danilo or Walker or Wan Bissaka to be a genuinely effective left back this would be 100% the right choice. However, if you can’t address LB with any of these 3 I don’t see it
— springfieldmcfc (@iainab99) 16 January 2019
He’s fast. I swear pep just gets on FIFA and sees who has 96+ pace and says, yup, I want this guy. Speed kills.
— Cody Childress (@CrashChildress) 16 January 2019
While City may be looking for a long-term replacement for Kyle Walker, United are looking to replace captain Antonio Valencia who is out of contract in the summer.
Chelsea, meanwhile, are close to offloading Davide Zappacosta to Lazio and are seeking a backup for Cesar Azpilicueta.
For all three clubs, it is believed a summer transfer is more realistic than a deal during the January transfer window.