Everton is reportedly considering a move for former Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard, MySportDab reports.
Jesse Lingard had been previously linked to West Ham after an unceremonious Man United exit.
But the London side was not ready to meet Lingard’s £150,000-a-week wage demand.
Meanwhile, the race to sign Jesse Lingard will now be a two-horse race between two Premier League sides, West Ham and Everton.
Frank Lampard is said to be considering a mover for Jesse Lingard as the best option hours after the departure of Richarlison to Tottenham.
The Merseyside club considers the former Man United star a homegrown option for the Everton midfield.
From today July 1, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata, and Paul Pogba are no longer United players.
The four players have been out of Ten Hag’s planned revolution at Manchester United.
The former Ajax manager, backed up by the United board, has not indicated an interest in contract renewal for the players.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba exited Ten Hag’s Man United in one of the most dramatic fashions.
The Frenchman left United dropping his popular Pogmentary series on why he left the club.
Pogba stated that United offered him nothing as a contract after being offered a £29000-a-week deal.
Pogba has agreed on a deal to return to Juventus, where he joined Man United in 2016 in a record deal.
Jesse Lingard had expressed his support for Pogba in his comments on United.
The England international is said to be on the radar of Everton as Lampard considers a midfield option for the Merseyside club.