Jesse Lingard yet to decide where his future lies, but would like to play Champions League football with Real Madrid and PSG among his admirers
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Jesse Lingard continued his incredible resurgence under David Moyes at West Ham yesterday, as his two goals helped West Ham claim all three points in a big win over Leicester City in the race for the Champions League.
Jesse Lingard starred again with two more goals as West Ham beat Leicester City 3-2 to move back into the Premier League top four.
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West Ham will of course be hopeful of striking a deal for the player to remain at the London Stadium next season, but there is no option to buy clause in the loan deal.
It is clear that whatever price Man Utd may have had in mind in January is only going north after his displays for the Hammers. They also may very much want to bring their player back to Old Trafford.
The player himself has yet to make any comments on his future and is letting his football do the talking but Rob Dawson is suggesting that he wants to be playing Champions League football next season.
Jesse Lingard’s form has alerted a number of top clubs in the Premier League and abroad. Wants to play in the Champions League. Understood reps not keen on prospect of being used in any deal for Declan Rice https://t.co/A7fPPU7Eac @ESPNFC
— Rob Dawson (@RobDawsonESPN) April 12, 2021
Dawson also suggests that Real Madrid, PSG and Inter Milan are all monitoring the situation ahead of the summer’s transfer window.
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West Ham United’s Declan Rice (left) and Chelsea’s Mason Mount (right) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Stamford Bridge, London. (Photo by Adam Davy/PA Images via Getty Images)
Rob Dawson also suggests that Lingard’s representatives will not will not be used as a makeweight in any deal for Declan Rice if United want to make a move for West Ham’s England international.
West Ham will be hopeful that if they end the season in the Champions League places, that they will be in a prime position to retain his services.