According to reports, MANCHESTER UNITED’s outcasts Jesse Lingard and Phil Jones could be reunited with David Moyes this summer.
The Independent says the former United boss and current West Ham manager could move in for the pair – if the Hammers stay in place.
This seems increasingly likely with West Ham four points ahead of the last three, thanks in part to the 3-2 victory over Chelsea.
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If they stay in the elite, Moyes should have the time and money to strengthen the team.
And near the top of his list are the two United boys.
The two were at the club when Moyes succeeded Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013 – before being sacked just 10 months later.
The Scot would particularly like central defender Jones, 28.
English defender Jones struggled to find playing time with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer preferring the duo of Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire in the back.
But it could cost a lot after signing a new four-year deal last year.
Similarly, Lingard, 27, would be anxious to stay with the club despite the absence of goals or assists in 20 Premier League games this season.
The two are slated to leave United this summer, with boss Solskjaer anticipating a big release.
West Brom and Everton were also linked to the English winger Lingard.
According to information published last month, he and Alexis Sanchez were to be whipped for around £ 110 million in order to finance the transfer of Jadon Sancho.
It has also been claimed that the striker asked former teammates Chris Smalling and Ashley Young what life in Italy was like after their Serie A successes.