The full-back has gone against some of the finest forwards in the world ever since making the move to Old Trafford in the summer of 2019.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka picks out Neymar as the toughest opponent he has faced so far, saying that the Paris Saint-Germain attacker is a player who “likes to draw fouls”.
Wan-Bissaka has had to deal with Neymar only twice in his career, with both the encounters coming this season in the Champions League group stage.
The English right-back was able to keep the Brazilian forward at bay Parc des Princes but not so much in the reverse fixture at Old Trafford.
The world’s costliest player stuck twice as PSG ran out 3-1 winners to diminish Man United’s chances of progressing to the knockout stages of the elite continental competition.
“I’d say Neymar,” Wan-Bissaka told UEFA.com when asked to name the toughest opponent he has faced so far.
“That was a player that was quite challenging, but I was always up for it, and I enjoyed it, the experience, to be playing against him. That meant a lot.
“I think for him, it’s a bit of both, depending on where he is on the pitch. He’s a player that likes to draw fouls, and so for me, if I’m up against him, it’s [the task is] just not to give him any fouls because that’s what he wants.”