Jesse Lingard will leave Manchester United in January 2022 – 1NEWS

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Jesse Lingard will leave Manchester United in January 2022 Manchester United striker Jesse Lingard is reportedly considering leaving Old Trafford in the winter transfer window.

The dropout from the Premier League giants’ academy after being ignored by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the second half of the 2020/21 season was on loan at West Ham United. Interestingly, joining a football club from East London he managed to revive his best game.

Under the tutelage of David Moyes, the player managed to appear in 16 games and scored 9 goals. In addition, Jesse Lingard was also able to bring West Ham United to finish in the top six and make the team nicknamed The Hammers this new season play in the Europa League.

His brilliant performance with the East London football club also made Moyes want to make him permanent. However, the Scottish coach was made to bite his finger because Manchester United refused to let him go and would give him the opportunity to play in the first team.

However, surprisingly the Premier League giants decided to bring Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus on the 2021 summer transfer deadline. Thus, making the competition in the attacking line position very tight. Jesse Lingard himself is reportedly ready to compete even though the Portuguese player returns to Old Trafford.

But reported by 90min, The 28-year-old footballer will revisit his future at Manchester United. This means that he is considering leaving Manchester United either on loan or leaving the Premier League giants on a permanent basis in the winter, if the player does not feature regularly. If he leaves, then West Ham has the potential to get his signature.

Most recently, a player who can play as an attacking midfielder and winger on international duty with England scored twice in the 4-0 win over Andorra in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers (5/9). The match which took place at Wembley, Jesse Lingard was played as a starter by Gareth Southgate.

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