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Lingard in line to feature again versus West Brom?

Louis van Gaal has hinted at the possibility of Jesse Lingard featuring again for Manchester United in this weekend’s Premier League clash against West Bromwich Albion.

The United youth graduate has performed brilliantly of late but is yet to get his name on the scoresheet. Ian Patterson, columnist at, argued midweek that it’s only a matter of time before he knocks one past a goalkeeper.

The manager, who spoke to the press about Lingard on Friday, is clearly a fan, dipping him in and out of the team along with Ander Herrera and Juan Mata.

“Jesse is doing well, that’s why I want to keep him and why I have said his chances shall come. He has a lot of pace and I like pace on the wings.”


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