Jesse Lingard has been in fine form while playing for London side West Ham United since making the switch from Manchester United. David Moyes seems to have reinstilled some crazy confidence because Lingard is flowing at the moment.
However this hasn’t deterred Manchester United in making their decision. According to reports, United will part ways with Jesse Lingard and that is final.
Manchester United will sell Jesse Lingard in the summer with a transfer to West Ham United on the hands
Jesse Lingard hasn’t entirely ruled out playing for Manchester Unitedagain and has a deep affection for the club. However, West Ham are hopeful he will be keen to stay. He has formed a close bond with Mark Noble and Declan Rice.
Solskjær holds a keen interest in Declan Rice, and the prospect of using Jesse Lingard as a makeweight in attempts to sign him from West Ham is expected to be explored.
Manchester United have slapped a £30m price tag on Jesse Lingard, and West Ham are willing to do ‘whatever it takes’ to sign him on a permanent basis.
Ian McGarry of Transfer Podcast believes that West Ham United will be able to sign up Jesse Lingard on a permanent basis.
“Jesse Lingard is a player who’s been rejected by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, sent out on loan to West Ham United, has proved himself to be something of a scoring sensation, none more so than last weekend.
“And it seems that though the player is under contract, United are prepared to play a waiting game, because it’s our information that they will wait until Lingard is named – or not – in England’s Euro 2020 squad this summer.
“And if he is, then they’ll wait again, so that the possibility of his increase in value gives them an advantage in terms of income, and therefore he will be allowed to leave the club despite his very impressive form at the Olympic Stadium, and that would be the case regardless of who United try to buy.”