BREAKING: West Ham Sign Jesse Lingard?

Manchester United have been the most active English team in this transfer window. The club managed to sign two world-class players at a great price. The club still has to balance their books for the next season and cut loose some of their players. 

Jesse Lingard is one of the few names coming up which will be put up by Man United in this transfer window.

West Ham is interested to sign Jesse Lingard and make him a permanent player. Jesse was a star in his short loan spell for The Hammers, the fans already love him and will love West Ham to sign him for the next season too. 

Lingard scored 9 goals and 5 assists in 16 appearances for them, one of the main reasons why they finished 6th in the Premier League ahead of the likes of Tottenham and Arsenal.

Manchester United will ask £20M for Lingard, the market value of the player increased in his last season. Earlier the value of Jesse was around £5M and now they will get almost 4X the amount.

The Red Devils wanted to keep him but there is no place for him to play in their team. If the player wants to make a name for himself then moving to West Ham is in his best interest.

Manchester United has spent big bucks in the current transfer window. If Pogba signs his contract extension then their wage bill for the next league will be huge and the club may get into big trouble. Phil Jones and Andres Pereira will be sold to manage funds for the next season.

Phil Jones is yet to play a match for Man United since January 2020. The player is most likely to be sold or released as the club does not want to pay for his wages.

Manchester United have another target in sight after completing the signing of Varane. The Red Devils may go to sign Camavinga and add more strength to their squad. The French player is drawing interest from many big teams and United was the first team to be involved with a transfer rumour. 

The club can go for him only if they manage to get rid of all the useless players in a short time.

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