Wan-Bissaka is reportedly on the verge of completely a £55million move to Manchester United after bids of £40m and £50m were rejected by the London club.
After appearing in 7 league outings between February and the end of the previous campaign, the gifted stopper subsequently went on to start in 35 of Palace's 38 Premier League fixtures this past season.
Manchester United have been pursuing the talented right-back in recent months but have been unsuccesful in previous attempts to agree a fee with the Eagles in negotiations.
Solhekol has taken to Twitter to claim that the Red Devils haven't been back in touch with Crystal Palace in the past three days, casting doubt on the deal.
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Boothroyd suggested he would not stand in Wan-Bissaka's way if a move away from Palace could be completed during the tournament.
However, with the 21-year-old on worldwide duty, it remains to be seen whether the England U21s manager, Aidy Boothroyd, allows Wan-Bissaka to leave the national camp to complete his switch to Old Trafford.
Wan-Bissaka will be the second signing by Solskjaer, as the English giants have already announced the signing of Daniel James from Swansea few weeks ago.
Boothroyd has been irritated by "the noise" that has surrounded Wan-Bissaka and, ahead of a must-win game against Romania, he spoke out and insisted the lack of clarity and communication from United has caused confusion.
"When that speculation is flying around, it is bound to turn your head", Boothroyd said, as quoted by BBC Sport.
"I thought it was going to be the other way round because I thought Wilf would go and we'd keep Bissaka".
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