Manchester United have reduced Jesse Lingard asking price amid West Ham pending move which looks likely to happen this summer, MySportDab reports.
The winger looks to be finally making his way out of Old Trafford this summer as his market value has been lowered so a move can happen.
Jesse Lingard has seen his asking price lowered with Manchester United looking to sanction a move which could see him join West Ham.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer earlier confirmed that the player will be staying with the club after the end of his loan move from the Hammers.
It looks like that won’t be happening as they are now looking to let him leave the club with Jadon Sancho arrival.
Manchester United are looking to rise funds after spending huge to sign Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho this summer transfer window.
Manchester United has dropped Jesse Lingard’s asking price to £20 million ($28m), according to claims coming from Express Sport.
West Ham remains keen on doing another deal for their former loan star, while Arsenal and Everton have also been linked with an England international playmaker.
No official bids have been made yet by any of the team who have shown interest in making a move for the forward who is open to a move elsewhere.
Jesse Lingard time with West Ham United last season was explosive as he picked up form which saw him helped the Hammers almost making top 4.