Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s recent resurgence under Erik ten Hag has not stopped Manchester United from looking at a new right-back.

Bayer Leverkusen’s Jeremie Frimpong has been named as one of the targets for the Red Devils since the end of last year and these reports aren’t going away anytime soon.

On February 28th, reports from Germany stated the 22-year-old is still on Manchester United’s list and he would like to take the next step in his career.

This week’s edition of SportBild brings a short update and their title reads: ‘Man United want Jeremie Frimpong’.

The Netherlands international has managed seven goals and nine assists from 33 games in all competitions this season.

He’s ‘getting better and better’ at the Bundesliga side, and the defender is ‘hottest stock’ for the summer transfer as he’s among the coveted Leverkusen players.

It’s claimed the former Ajax manager is ‘determined to get’ the fullback to Old Trafford after this season. In order to fulfil Ten Hag’s wish to sign Frimpong’, Manchester United will have to pay €60m to the German club.

There isn’t anything to indicate or suggest the Premier League side are willing to pay this fee.