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Manchester United to offer Jesse Lingard new £130,000 p/w contract

Manchester United are set to table an offer to keep Jesse Lingard at Old Trafford.

That is according to the Daily Star, with claims West Ham are struggling to meet the asking price for the Manchester United midfielder, who pulled up trees in London after joining David Moyes’ side on loan in January for the second half of the season.

The Hammers ended up securing European football as a result and it looks like their fans are about to become disappointed with any hope of securing a deal for Lingard appearing dead in the water.

In fact, Lingard is set to be offered a new three-year deal by United. The 28-year-old has one year to run on his existing deal and I would think several clubs are looking at him this summer.

West Ham seemingly can’t finance a deal with United or pay his £110,000-a-week wages.

Lingard’s new deal could see him earn £130,000-a-week.

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5 responses to “Manchester United to offer Jesse Lingard new £130,000 p/w contract”

  1. Jaya Pillay says:

    This is absolutely ludicrous yet so typical of Manchester United and Woodward, allowing the manager to do such a weird thing. Glazers need to put the foot down. Solskjaer has no idea how to play Lingard. Mourinho knew and David Moyes knows, so why are we throwing money on a contract extension? I also can’t understand why Lingard wants to stay. Surely he can’t be happy about playing for a manager who doesn’t rate him and also doesn’t understand his players strengths? Unless he’s prepared to be a fulltime sub under a manager who waits at until 85th minute to make a sub.

  2. ADG says:

    Keep Lingard, sell Martial and other deadweight.

  3. Cheryl Hooker says:

    Sell Marshial for 45m with add ons or buy back
    Sell Lindal of
    Loan out Jones with add ons
    Just replace lindalof

  4. Welly says:

    In the current context Lingard is part of that dead weight u are referring to.As Jaya rightly pointed above Ole simply doesn’t know how to play the guy.His stock had risen after the loan deal & it was best to move him on for a reasonable fee for that matter.he will never be the main man at Utd as he was at the Hammers.unless he is content with being a sub whilst getting a good salary.After all Man U doesn’t mind having such an arrangement as they have proved time & time again..Some of the decisions we are seeing being made at the team are just ludicrous.

  5. Richard Stevens says:

    Lingard is a Manchester lad. His heart is with United but his head knows that, without a change in direction from Ole, he is not going to make the first team as a regular. The fact that he is said to be considering a new long term contract at United may be, in part, due to West Ham not being able to afford him outright but also because Jesse needs to secure his own future and has been given enough hope that he won’t be a consistent benchwarmer. I wish him well.