Manchester United have decided to place a whooping sum of £30 million on Jesse Lingard amid plans of West Ham making his deal permanent, MySportDab reports.
The Red Devils will be looking to cash in high on the player who recently picked up form after his loan move to West Ham.
Jesse Lingard who struggled to fit in Manchester United over the past two seasons have finally find his way back with the Old Trafford team placing a £30 price tag on him.
West Ham are looking into making his loan move permanent but with the latest development, it is unsure if they will get to sign the player.
Jesse Lingard has been labelled as the most important player in the Hammers team due to his goal scoring ability that have helped the team move 4th on the league table.
The Red Devils are set to cash in on the loanee’s West Ham resurrection who have been scoring for fun since his move.
Manchester United want to take full advantage of West Ham’s desire to buy Jesse Lingard this summer.
They have went on to put a firm £30 million ($41m) price tag on the attacker, according to reports by the Mirror.
Lingard has been exceptional since joining the Hammers in January, scoring six goals and recording three assists in just eight Premier League games.
He also have found his way back into the England National team which he also have hopes of making the team for Euros 2022 which is set to go down.