Jurgen Klopp has revealed what he thinks of United star Jesse Lingard's performance at Westham United.
According to the Reds manager, the Englishman has rejuvenated in his football career and he is on top-level compared to other seasons.
And Klopp says this excellent performance is going to be beneficial to him as an individual with the Liverpool boss claiming Lingard has proved that he doesn't belong to the Hammers. He says the United midfielder will attract world top clubs and David Moyes could fail to snap the England international permanently at the end of the season.
Klopp's thought of mind about Lingard comes at a time when there are reports that Real Madrid has been impressed with the English man and therefore, considering a move for the Reds Devils attacker as reported by Sky Sports.
Lingard is on loan at Westham United from Manchester United and he has found life in London interesting giving hope for his football career and he could decide to stay there permanently.
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