"We Will Pack His Bags", Man United Fans Want Highly Rated Midfielder To Be Sold No Matter What.
By BSportNews | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 657 views
Most Manchester United fans would not want The English international Jesse lingard back at the club even if he plays world class football while in London with westham.
Jesse lingard scored a brace on his debut at westham and it's reported that a permanent deal might be offered to united. Ex-united manager David moyes is a fan of Jesse and it's like a deal will be tabled in the summer.
After the game, majority of United fans on the people's person Facebook page were asked if lingard should be a given a chance in United first Eleven after his loan spell, but they opted for a latter.
In summer transfer window, Jesse lingard might be a westham player according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.
Meanwhile, United will be looking for a back to back winning on Saturday when they will be facing Everton Fc. United won both of their last meetings and a win will push them towards Man City for a title battle.
Lastly, in your opinion, do you think Jesse lingard should be kept or sold in the summer?
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