A man who joined the Red Devils at a big-money deal during the summer of 2019 believes foundations are being laid on which to build future success.
Harry Maguire is”doing a wonderful job” as Manchester United captain, says Aaron Wan-Bissaka, with the Red Devils’ defensive unit offering loads of cause for optimism as a collective.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side haven’t always been waterproof, with the odd leak has sprung at early periods.
Plugs are discovered over recent weeks, with eight clean sheets obtained in the Red Devils’ last 10 fittings.
Maguire has been the on-field pioneer that United hoped he would be when investing a record-breaking #80 million ($104m) in his talent throughout the summer of 2019.
The England international is thought of as doing a nice job because inheriting the armband from Ashley Young, with Wan-Bissaka telling United Review: “The captain has one major job: be a leader for the group.
“Harry stepped in to perform that role since that is what he is good at and he is doing a wonderful job.”
Wan-Bissaka was another big-money addition for United in the exact same window as Maguire and has also slotted seamlessly into the fold at Old Trafford.
The 22-year-old right-back is earning tons of plaudits as a person, but he’s encouraged by the way the Red Devils’ back line are acting as a group.
He added:”I would say the partnerships between us have improved and we have been growing together. You can view it from the clean sheets.
“That is always the major aim: to find the blank sheet, then the staff can find the win.
“I think it’s down to better communication. Sometimes, the formation varies, so we’ve been getting used to both at the back and four in the back, and the communication has helped.
“I don’t have a taste [between both defensive systems]. The five in the back lets me get forward more sometimes throughout the game.”
Additional value was discovered by United in the transfer market during January, with Bruno Fernandes proving to be a wise improvement as another creative influence in the center of the playground.
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Wan-Bissaka said of this Portugal global:”He has brought a lot. You can see he’s brought goals, assists… you can see how everybody plays him around when he is on the pitch.
“He is confident, he would like to play ahead, create chances. He is sharp, quick, difficult to mark.
“You can see he lifts everyone. Being on the ball makes certain that others create runs because they know he is capable of giving them that ball.”