Manchester United is now looking to lower their asking price for Jesse Lingard who is nearing an exit, MySportDab reports.
The Old Trafford club is looking to allow the player to leave when the January window opens for business.
Jesse Lingard could be on his way out of Manchester United sooner than expected despite claims of them wanting him to stay longer.
They have decided to lower their asking price which could now see the forward move to any club when the transfer window opens.
Newcastle United and West Ham are amongst the team looking to sign the England international who is open to making a move.
Newcastle United & West Ham keen on England playmaker who is now on the verge of making the long-awaited move to save his career.
Manchester United will demand just £10 million ($13m) from any deal involving Jesse Lingard in January, according to claims reaching us from the Northern Echo.
That price tag has Newcastle United interested, while West Ham is also keen on taking the England international back to the London Stadium.
The forward was hitting an all-time low in his career with Manchester United before he left on loan during the 2020-21 season which he ended well with many interests pouring in.
The Red Devils decided to keep him and promise him more playing time after his loan move from West Ham United which ended up being successful.
Jesse Lingard has now seen the promise made to him not kept as he has struggled with him also losing his spot in the England national team.
He is now looking to force a move elsewhere as Manchester United has lowered his asking price for any team looking to make a move happen.
Newcastle United and West Ham are both favorites to land a move that will be permanent.