Ole Gunnar-Solskjaer is in the market for improvements across the board, with defence a particular focus area.
And Wan-Bissaka has been identified by the Norwegian manager as the ideal replacement for Antonio Valencia and long-term successor to makeshift right-back, Ashley Young.
An opening offer of £40m wasn’t enough to tempt Palace to sell, with their valuation of the England Under-21 international closer to £60m.
But, according to the Daily Mirror, a compromise of £50m could see the clubs come to an arrangement.
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