Jesse Lingard has been strongly linked with a exit from Manchester United and it expected to happen soon, MySportDab reports.
The player who was expected to leave during the January window was held back by the Red Devils after seeing one of their top stars faced with rape and abuse scandal.
Jesse Lingard for now won’t be signing any new deal with Manchester United as he wants an exit which could see him return to West Ham.
The Hammers were amongst clubs who made a late bid to sign the player before their offers were turned down by the Old Trafford clubs who wanted to keep the player.
This led to so many outrage from the player who didn’t see a move happen despite plans of him getting regular playing time ahead of World cup.
The likes of Donny van de Beek, Amad Diallo and Anthony Martial all forced a move elsewhere which happened for them.
Jesse Lingard was also expected to follow them out of the club in January, but unfortunately he didn’t get to see that happen.
West Ham United are doing everything to make sure they get to sign him when his contract expire end of the current season.
The player and manager Ralf Rangick got at each other earlier as they manager claimed Lingard asked for a break to clear his head after a fail exit out of Old Trafford.
The 28-year-old came out to said otherwise that it was the club idea for him to take that break after a failed move.
The summer might be his time as West Ham remain keen on bringing Jesse Lingard back to the London Stadium, according to claims from GiveMeSport.
The Hammers were unable to get a deal agreed with Manchester United for the midfielder in January as the Red Devils blocked the move.
The England international will become a free agent in the summer and could head back to the East End to start fresh.