- Jesse Lingard could be on his way to Arsenal this summer
- Arsenal are planning to sign the Englishman as replacement for Ceballos
- Lingard has not been impressive this season for Manchester United
Premier League giants Arsenal are reportedly not ruling out a move for Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard once the suspended 2019/20 season come comes to and end.
Jesse Lingard has not been having it rosy this season at Manchester United with the player failing to score a Premier League goal in a year which has made fans call for him to be sold.
Arsenal are reported to be looking for a replacement for Dani Ceballos who has been playing for the Gunners on loan from Real Madrid.
According to the report on Sportbible, they claimed that Arsenal see Jesse Lingard as a player whose pattern of play will be of help for the Gunners.
But the North London club will have to meet the Red Devils' asking price for any chance of getting Jesse Lingard this summer.
Arsenal fans could be cheering him on next season and the player's future is now in the hands of Mino Raiola who'll handle his potential transfer.
At the end of last season, Manchester United failed to qualify for Champions League and Jesse Lingard wants to play in Europe next season.
The Red Devils are currently occupying fifth position on the table with the hope of making Europe next term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford won the heart of all football fans in the world by helping to raise £20m to provide food for schoolkids affected by coronavirus.
The England international announced earlier in the week that he was working with some charity organisations so as to help the children who have been missing foods and other things.
Schools in England have been closed down because of coronavirus which has been a threat to all humans in the world since its outbreak in December 2019.
And these has affected some schoolkids who have been missing their meals at school because of the close down.
This forced Marcus Rashford to raise an appeal in which he got responses from some charity who were happy with his plans.
Tesco have donated food worth £15m while fellow supermarket giants Asda have thrown in £2.5m cash. The Co-op are providing £1.5m in food.
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