Manchester United's loanee Jesse Lingard has been a success at Westham. The player left Old Trafford in a loan deal after a poor run of form at Old Trafford. Manchester United accepted a loan offer from the Hammers which ends at the end of the season.
Lingard has been banging in sensational goals and creating chances. The player has managed to a positive impact at Westham. The Hammers have been impressed with the player and wants to sign him permanently.
Manchester United declined the option to buy in Lingard's loan deal. However,the Hammers have been handed a huge blow after reports emerged indicating that Spanish top club Real Madrid are monitoring the player's situation.
The Los Blanco's are reportedly growing admiration for the player. Lingard's recent resurgence can land him a move to Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Manchester United have been backed up to increase the player's release price. United are yet to give their stand about the player's future at Old Trafford.
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