Today’s tell-all is all about the bass, the bass, the bass
Despite having just 20 first-team appearances to his name for Crystal Palace across two seasons, Aaron Wan-Bissaka has made quite the name for himself. Valued at £4m, the 20-year-old right-back was among the cheapest players available on Fantasy Premier League – the official nerd nirvana of the competition of the same name – at the start of the season and shrewd armchair managers have accumulated plenty of points by including this bargain-basement buy in their starting lineups.
Everton manager Marco Silva now wants in on the act, but will have to pay considerably more, in actual real money, to bring the young Londoner to Merseyside as back-up for Séamus Coleman. The Sun reports that Palace will not sanction any sale of Wan-Bissaka in January, but could let him go next summer. Short of firepower up front, Crystal Palace may ask for Ademola Lookman or Cenk Tosun in part exchange.