Jesse Lingard set for talks with Manchester United chiefs next month to decide his Old Trafford future – with West Ham keen on signing the England man after positive loan spell
- Jesse Lingard’s future at Man United won’t be resolved before next month
- The England international is due to hold talks with Old Trafford chiefs in July
- West Ham are interested in signing the 28-year-old after successful loan spell
- Lingard has 12 months left on his current contract at United so could be sold
The England international will hold talks with United chiefs once the team report back for their summer training camp next month, with no discussions planned before then.
Lingard’s future is unclear following his hugely successful spell at West Ham last season, with the Hammers understood to be keen on signing the forward on a permanent deal.
Jesse Lingard is set for talks with Manchester United chiefs next month to determine his future
Lingard, 28, revived his career during a loan spell at West Ham in the second half of last season
However, a decision on Lingard’s next move will not be made until the start of July at the earliest when he reports for pre-season duty with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
Lingard has come through the ranks at United and wants any decision over his future to be concluded amicably.
The 28-year-old has 12 months to run on his current deal and United could look to sell him this summer depending on how talks develop.
But following his excellent spell at the London Stadium, Solskjaer could look to reintegrate Lingard into his first-team plans for next season.
Lingard narrowly missed out on England’s Euro 2020 squad following a resurgence in form
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could decide to reintegrate Lingard into his squad