Wan-Bissaka has been widely touted as Solskjaer's primary target and it looks like United are now closing in on a deal as the Manchester Evening News claims personal terms have now been agreed with the full-back.
Meanwhile, the third and final bid that has been accepted amounts to £55 million for the 21-year-old, who is understood to be keen on a move to Old Trafford.
Neville's desire to always get forward even without the ball is reminiscent of what Wan-Bissaka has been doing in south London.
Given the difficulty in concluding a deal for Wan-Bissaka, it makes sense for Solskjaer to move on if the fee has started to become ridiculous.
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In the case of Riviera Beach, the city's records weren't the only aspects of their computer systems that were compromised. She conceded there are no guarantees that once the hackers received the money they will release the records.
Manchester United had a serious issue at right-back this past season, with Ashley Young underwhelming as a starter, and Diogo Dalot being far too raw to be handed the keys to the position.
The Red Devils have been frustrated in their negotiations with fellow Premier League club Crystal Palace over the potential transfer of Aaron Wan-Bissaka. Crystal Palace had deemed the offer for their prized asset unrealistic and derogatory and had told Manchester United to restructure their offer.
Recent developments indicated that Palace had rejected an offer worth £50m from United, which involved an initial £35m payment, plus eventual add-on fees.
The fee will usurp the €57.5m Man City splashed out on Benjamin Mendy two summers ago.