Manchester United are struggling to get Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard to sign their contracts at the club as they are edging closer to the expiry of their current contracts with the club.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has always insisted that he wants his best players to remain at the club, but it seems Jesse Lingard might be off after he rejected a contract renewal offer.
According to reliable Sun's journalist Daniek Cuts, Manchester United hierarchy have come to an agreement of allowing Jesse Lingard to leave the club in the January winter transfer window if he does not want to extend his contract.
The reporter stated that Manchester United are willing to part ways with Jesse Lingard for £15 million which will be a low transfer fee that clubs like Newcastle United who are interested in him pay and sign him.
The player wants assurance that he will get more involvement in the first team, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might not promise him that because of the quality of his squad.
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