And just as it looked Boothroyd's men would hold on for a hard-earned point, Wan-Bissaka contrived to put through his own net at a set-piece situation to hand Sylvain Ripoll's side the three points.
With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly asking the club's hierarchy to prioritise the addition of a top-class right-back, United had two earlier bids rejected for Wan-Bissaka, as reported by Sky Sports. The 20-time English champions are in need of a new right-back, with Antonio Valencia leaving the club and Ashley Young looking well past his prime this past season.
Manchester United must decide whether they're happy to meet Palace's asking price or whether they'll move onto cheaper alternatives but the current situation can not last much longer.Читайте также: China's Xi arrives in North Korea, set to hold talks with Kim
The deal will come down to personal terms with United understood to be ready to offer Wan-Bissaka £80,000-a-week - a seven-fold increase on his deal at Palace.
Boothroyd said: "I could dodge it by saying you have to ask him that [whether he's been distracted] but I won't". For a young player who all he knows is Crystal Palace academy, Crystal Palace first team, it would be daft not to say that in some way he must think about it. He's disappointed with the own goal.
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