Arsenal and Tottenham have been urged to snap up Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Robert Pires and Danny Murphy have both made their feelings known about the Crystal Palace right-back claiming he would improve both North London clubs.

Former Spurs midfielder Murphy touted the lilywhites as suitors but admitted he wouldn’t be short of admirers.

“I do think this lad’s that special,” Murphy told talkSPORT.

“I think right now we are blessed in that area.

“This Wan-Bissaka, unfortunately for Palace fans, maybe they’ll keep him another year, it won’t do him any harm at all playing more games and getting more experience.

“There’s a gaping hole at Man Utd for a right-back. Ashley Young’s done brilliantly, but he’s 34.

“Has he overtaken Kieran Trippier or can he? He doesn’t play every week.

“Pochettino switches between him and Aurier, is he not sure?”

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'Exactly the type of player they need'

Pires meanwhile urged Arsenal manager Unai Emery to bid for the 21-year-old who’s impressed this season.

“Arsenal should definitely be looking to sign him in the summer transfer window.

“He’s exactly the type of player that would suit the attacking full-back role that Arsenal like to play and he would definitely improve the team next season.”

Wan-Bissaka is contracted to Palace until 2022, but Roy Hodgson and Chairman Steve Parish will know that there will be a number of clubs interested in their academy product this summer.

According to the right back is valued at £22 million, but it’s likely Palace wouldn’t entertain any bid lower than double that.

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