Aaron Wan-Bissaka seems to have dropped a huge hint over his international future on Instagram. The Manchester United right-back is eligible to play for England and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The 22-year-old has represented both nations at youth level but has yet to pledge his allegiance to either country. However, the full-back's recent activity on social media appears to have revealed where his head is currently at.
Eagled-eyed observers of the former Crystal Palace player's Instagram page noticed he recently removed the England flag from his bio. He replaced it with the Democratic Republic of Congo's flag, sparking suggestions he intends to play for The Leopards.
If Wan-Bissaka has indeed opted to play for the DRC, his decision has likely been motivated by the fierce competition at right-back.
England have a plethora of players ahead of him in the pecking order, with Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold currently Gareth Southgate's first-choice right-back.
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