Manchester United are trying to keep their best players at the club for long in an attempt to build a strong team that will be challenging for major trophies.
However, last evening Jesse Lingard handed Manchester United a major blow as he rejected a new long term contract as he wants assurance that he wants more game time.
After the contract breakdown of Jesse Lingard and Manchester United, the club has broken their silence about the interest in the player by several English Premier league clubs.
According to the Times sports news reports, Manchester United has revealed that six top clubs in the Premier League were after Jesse Lingard but the Red Devils turned all the offers down.
"Jesse Lingard rejected a new long-term deal at #MUFC and the club rejected six Premier League approaches for him this summer including offers from West Ham, Everton, Aston Villa, Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur." The reports stated.
Manchester United fans are now shocked on why the club refused on the offer as the player looks likely to leave on a free.
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