Newcastle have dropped out of Jesse Lingard race due to Manchester United demands, MySportDab reports.
The player has been struggling for playing time which the Red Devils have failed to give him despite staying.
Newcastle United has been in contact to sign the winger but his clubs demands has now seen them drawing out on any possible move.
Jesse Lingard will be staying with Manchester United as talks for a move has reportedly collapsed despite strong interest.
The England International want more playing time which he has informed the club but it looks like they are not buying the idea of letting him leave.
Newcastle have given up on signing Jesse Lingard from Manchester United with negotiations now dead, according to reports reaching us from Sky Sports.
Jesse Lingard wants to leave Old Trafford, however a loan fee has not come close to being agreed upon despite talks being held.
He’s made just nine league appearances and no starts this year for the Red Devils who are struggling to get results under interim manager Ralf Rangnick.
Jesse Lingard went on loan last season to West Ham United where he discovered his form before returning back to Old Trafford.
He has then been tipped to make a move elsewhere which saw he Hammers making an approach during last summer window which was turned down.
The player decided to stay with the club who gave him assurance of playing time which they have failed to keep despite how much he has proven to be good.
FIFA World Cup is just around the corner and Jesse Lingard is trying to see if he can force a move elsewhere to get regular playing time.
Newcastle United were close to signing him but the deal has now collapsed with nothing happening between both clubs who failed to reach an agreement.