Jesse Lingard will stay in Manchester United beyond the January transfer slot, and the midfielder is keen to compete for his position on Ralf Rangnick’s plan.
Lingard was unable to start a single Premier League match this season. All his eight appearances replaced the minutes limited to the Cup.
The 29-year-old lost his contract at the end of the campaign and was associated with a transfer to Newcastle and West Ham next month, starring during the loan period later last season.
Lingard scored nine goals in 16 Hammers games, but hasn’t been able to regain his position at Red Devils since returning to Old Trafford last summer.
but, Athletic Midfielder reports that he will try to win support for new coach Ralf Rangnick, who has been appointed as interim boss until the end of the season. The report also reveals that Newcastle is not currently interested in trading.
Negotiations over the new contract have not materialized, and there are currently no plans for further negotiations between Lingard and United, and England will be free to negotiate pre-contracts with foreigners from January.
Lingard is keen to secure regular first-team football after losing his position in England again. He returned from international asylum prior to Euro 2020 following his performance at West Ham last season, but was excluded from Gareth Southgate’s latest team due to a lack of minutes in 2021/22. ..
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