Manchester United have entered talks with Crystal Palace over the potential departure of Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
The right-back joined the Red Devils from Palace for £50 million three years ago, but he has not lived up to the expectations.
While he has been superb defensively on many occasions, the 24-year-old has barely offered any attacking threat for United.
New manager Erik ten Hag is said to prefer attack-minded full-backs, and he has made it clear that Wan-Bissaka can leave.
United were open to loaning out Wan-Bissaka in the past, but it is now claimed that they could cut their losses on the right-back.
Palace are interested in re-signing their graduate, and Evening Standard report that he could be sold for just £10m this summer.
This would represent a staggering £40m loss for the Red Devils, and they seem prepared to accept it rather than keeping him.