Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has now received offers from clubs across Europe, MySportDab reports.
The Englishman is now in talks with Juventus, AC Milan, Newcastle and Paris Saint-Germain about a free transfer move.
Lingard will leave Manchester United as a free agent at the end of the season.
Negotiations with the clubs interested have now progressed very well and a deal could be agreed before the end of the season.
MySportDab understands that Lingard has ruled out singing a new contract even with talks by new Coach Erik ten Hag.
The 29-year-old is disappointed by the way United have treated him and won’t fall into another contract trap.
He rejected loan deal last summer after being given promised more first-team football by former Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The academy graduate has only started three matches under interim Coach Ralf Rangnick.
In January, Newcastle refused to sign him after United demanded a £2.5m loan fee and £12.5m bonus if they avoid relegation.
Lingard’s brother Louie Scott slammed Manchester United on social media this week.
He said the club are ‘classless’ for denying his brother an Old Trafford farewell before leaving.
Lingard did not play a single minute in United’s last home match of the season against Brentford.
Newcastle are now back to sign Lingard this summer but there is more competition from clubs outside England.
Juventus, PSG and Milan are all now interested in the attacking midfielder.
Lingard is confident that leaving United will help him get back into the England squad before the 2022 World Cup.