On Monday, Wan-Bissaka also pleaded guilty to failing to provide driver details for two speeding offences in Bradford, Yorkshire, in September 2020. The England’s International was handed a six-month ban by Leeds Magistrates Court, in his absence,
Shaun Draycott who is Wan Bisaka’s lawyer said that the player was in a “state of complete ignorance” with letters of the offences sent to his former Croydon address which prompted his failure to reply to the letters and caused his absence in court. Also, Shaun said, “When he was stopped on the A34 he was courteous and respectful to the officers, and he indicated to them he had no idea he was disqualified.”
Wan-Bissaka’s court date was five days before his Lamborghini Urus was seized by police on the A34.