Manchester United ‘s right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka has hinted at snubbing the England National Team for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The 22-year-old has sparked fears he is set to quit the England set-p following his recent social media activity.
Wan-Bissaka appeared to have deleted the Three Lions badge from the bio on his Instagram profile, replacing it with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) flag.
The Manchester United right-back is eligible to play for England and DRC but unfortunately, he is yet to make his much-awaited international debut in his position at the senior level.
The former Crystal Palace defender has played three times in England’s Under 21s and also featured in DRC’s Under the 20s in a game against England back in 2015.
Though the defender was born in Croydon, England, he’s of Congolese descent.
In August 2019, Aaron Wan-Bissaka was called up to England’s senior team following his move to the Premier League contenders, Manchester United unfortunately he never appeared in Euro 2020 qualifiers against Kosovo or Bulgaria due to an injury and he has never been called up since then.
Wan-Bissaka missed out on selection for the current international break.