Aaron Wan-Bissaka is one of England’s best young prospects at the moment.
He continues to improve with each match he plays for Crystal Palace and has become one of their most dependable players.
And the 20-year-old’s top performances have not gone unnoticed. Clubs are circling around the talented youngster as we near the January window.
According to The Mirror, Manchester City are watching Wan-Bissaka and considering a move.
They face competition from Everton, who could offer Ademola Lookman in exchange.
Currently, he has three options on the table – although more clubs are bound to enter the race as we approach the January window.
Either he stays at Crystal Palace or he decides between Everton and Manchester City for his next career step.
Staying at Crystal Palace, at least until the summer, would be an attractive prospect.
It would show that he is willing to take his time rather than rush into his next career move and with a contract lasting until 2022, there is no immediate need to leave Selhurst Park.
But should he decide to move, he has to judge whether now is the time to join Manchester City.
The England under-21 international would learn from one of the country’s best in Kyle Walker, develop his game under Pep Guardiola and compete for silverware.
But is it worth the sacrifice of very limited game time, compared to what he gets at Crystal Palace?
Everton, on the other hand, would be an appealing prospect. Marco Silva’s project is underway and Wan-Bissaka could be the long-term Seamus Coleman successor.
If he is to leave Crystal Palace this summer, Everton would be a more sensible next step in his career.