‘I play without fear and try to be myself’ – Manchester United player reveals

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Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka has revealed how he has been able to deal with the pressure of being a Manchester United player.

The Englishman admitted stepping up from Crystal Palace to United wasn’t easy, but claims staying true to his style of play has helped him overcome the pressure of playing for the club.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Aaron Wan-Bissaka said: “There is always pressure for every player who moves clubs when it comes to what a new club expects and how you settle in. But with this club it all came in one, I knew there was pressure.

“As a kid all you can do at a club like this is play week in, week out. The main thing was to play without fear and be myself, and the rest would be blocked out. That’s why I came to this club.

“This club is capable of helping me with that. I want to become a better player every year. At the end of the season I look back and see if it’s better than the previous season, and the season before that.”

Wan-Bissaka moved to Old Trafford United from Selhurst Park in the summer of 2019 for a fee of £45 million, instantly establishing himself as the undisputed first-choice right-back at the club.

The Englishman has featured in 21 Premier League games for the Red Devils so far this season, scoring 2 goals.

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