- Jesse Lingard is now on the verge of getting another contract at Manchester United
- The current contract of the Englishman will expire at the end of next summer
- Manchester United lost their first game of the season against Crystal Palace
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Manchester United are reportedly ready to offer embattled player Jesse Lingard a new deal at Old Trafford so as for him to have more value in the Premier League.
The 27-year-old has refused to get his good form at Manchester United and has also failed to get regular playing time under manager Ole Solskjaer.
Jesse Lingard's current contract at Manchester United will expire at the end of next summer, but the Red Devils' gaffer want him to stay.
Lingard has been eyed by a number of Premier League clubs including Everton, West Ham and even Tottenham.
According to the report on UK Sun, the Old Trafford landlords are looking to extend his contract by a further 12 months, to make sure his market value of £25 million is kept.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Odion Ighalo stated emphatically that he is ready to give his best whenever the Red Devils' boss call him into the squad.
Things have not been rosy for Odion Ighalo in the Premier League since he got to Old Trafford as Ole Solskjaer has not given him enough playing time.
In fact, Odion Ighalo has not started any Premier League tie for Manchester United and he has also not played more than 20 minutes.
United manager Ole Solskjaer has been keeping fate in Anthony Martial thereby putting Odion Ighalo on the bench.
Manchester United suffered an embarrassing home defeat in their first game of the season in the 2020/21 term and Ighalo came on with 10 minutes to the end of the encounter.
Also, Legit.ng reported how Ousmane Dembele who plays for Spanish side Barcelona has reportedly emerged as summer transfer target for Premier League side Manchester United who want to bolster their team.
Despite not winning a title last season in their campaign in all competitions, Donny Beek remains the only player Manchester United signed.
The Red Devils who qualified for this term's Champions League have not been superb this season in the Premier League losing against Crystal Palace.
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