At Chelsea, Conte played Victor Moses in the role, who flourished due to how expansive the system was and how it gave him plenty of time on the ball and space to work with.
The Nigerian scored three and assisted two in Chelsea’s 2016/17 title-winning side, which are figures that Wan-Bissaka should be able to surpass if he improves upon his end product and is given opportunities by Conte.
In the current climate, any young English prospect will attract an inflated fee – see Benjamin White joining Arsenal from Brighton for £50m – however, the significant figure can leave a sour taste.
Wan-Bissaka is still a very capable fullback and will improve as he develops, and potentially Solskjaer’s system does not bring out the best in him, but whether he will survive a summer shake-up remains to be seen.
The former Eagles defender could even be played as a right-sided centre back if Conte is appointed and wants Wan-Bissaka to be involved in his squad.