Man Utd Loanee ready for ‘sensational comeback’ and new deal

Man Utd Loanee ready for 'sensational comeback' and new deal

Jesse Lingard could be on his way back to Man Utd this summer to sign a new deal despite rumors he is likely to sign for West Ham.
Lingard joined the Hammers on loan for the remainder of the season in January and hit the ground running at London stadium.

He scored five goals and provided two assists for his West Ham teammates in just seven Premier League appearances, which led to a call-up for England.

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Lingard starred in England win 5-0 over San Marino on Thursday, contributing an assist and being declared the man of the match.

And now his form could see him returning to Man Utd as an important player with The sun saying the Red Devils “are open to a sensational comeback” and could open “contract extension talks”.

The report adds that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was “extremely impressed with his performance and is a longtime fan of the 28-year-old despite freezing him”, with Lingard having just over a year to go. his contract.

His recent postings mean Man Utd ‘could be ready to offer him a new three-year contract’ with the Premier League giants interested in keeping his’ transfer value high while being able to bring him back into the plans. Solskjaer’s first team ”.

It was understood that West Ham were looking to strike a deal between £ 15million and £ 20million this summer, but now Old Trafford bosses would want a lot more for their winger.

Meanwhile, Lingard last played for England in June 2019 and Gareth Southgate was pleased with his man of the match performance against San Marino.

On loan from Man Utd, Southgate said: “I thought Jesse was excellent.

“First of all, really nice to see him play football, enjoy his football, play with a smile on his face.

“We know his qualities. We debuted him 50 games ago and why did we do it? Because he is a technically good player, who passes and moves, who has intelligence in the positions he takes.

“He works incredibly hard without the ball to apply pressure and to get the ball back.

“So overall my first thought is how nice it is to see him playing at the level that we think he can be. ”


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