Jesse Lingard has been unveiled as a new signing with FC Seoul in Korea where he will be playing, MySportDab reports.
The former Manchester United player has been a free agent since his contract with Nottingham Forest was terminated.
FC Seoul has been working on Jesse Lingard’s move for a while before reaching an agreement to make the move happen.
There were also offers from other teams who wanted to make the move happen for the player before he opted for Seoul.
Meanwhile, he was once expected to join Saudi Arabia’s side but things did not work out with the Steven Gerard team.
According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed that Jesse Lingard have been unveiled by his new club today.
BREAKING: Jesse Lingard has been officially unveiled as an FC Seoul player 🇰🇷 pic.twitter.com/mWCLHqh1pw
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) February 8, 2024
Here Is What Was Said:
“Official, confirmed. Jesse Lingard joins FC Seoul in South Korea on two year contract, deal is completed.
“Lingard signed the contract yesterday as it’s a free transfer for a former Manchester United player.
He signed a two-year contract as a free agent and will remain with the club until 2026.
His wages are reported to be at £17,500 a week which is a significant drop from what he was being paid with his last team.
Jesse Lingard is hoping to revive his career in an entirely different country with hopes of getting a big move in the future.