Manchester United centre right midfielder Jesse Lingard is set to move out of Old Trafford for the permanent transfer to Westham next season. Lingard moved to Westham for loan earlier this season after he failed to convince Ole Gunnar of his capability. A 28 years old midfielder has enjoyed his career in Westham this season with wonderful performance after managing to score 9 goals and providing 4 assists in just 11 appearances.
Lingard decided to for the permanent move from Manchester United even if his loan contract with Westham is set to expire at the end of this season. Jesse failed to fit into Ole Gunnar squad earlier January after which he was moved to Westham. Manchester United will completely lose him to Westham which are aiming to sign him for the fee of £20 next season. Ole Gunnar is looking forward to let Lingard move out of Old Trafford even after a great improvement after joining Westham.
Lingard shown no interest to go back to Old Trafford and stay idle with no games to play. He enjoyed his play in Westham and following their great performance this season they are at the third position in the premier league table awaiting to join Europa League next season. The 28-years midfielder interest is to join Westham for the permanent deal where he will be able to display his career but not to go back and sit back in Old Trafford. Manchester United will make the deal to transfer Lingard for the permanent basis next season at an agreed fee of £20.
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