Jesse Lingard is still unsure whether he wants to stay at Man United for the 2021-22 campaign or seek pastures new, according to the reports.
The England international was nothing more than a bit-part player for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during the first half of the current season, however, he has since reignited his career on loan at London outfits, West Ham United.
Lingard boasts eight goals and four assists from nine Premier League appearances with the Hammers, and a senior source at the club has affirmed that they will do “whatever it takes” to sign him permanently in the summer.
However, Goal claims that Lingard is yet to make up his mind over where he keen to play next campaign, however, if he did return to Old Trafford, he would demand more first-team minute after his frustrating start to the 2019-20 campaign.
Man United’s reported interest in the Hammers midfield destroyer Declan Rice has led to a potential swap or part-exchange deal with Lingard being mooted, however, the attacker’s agents supposedly have no interest in such a proposal.
Solskjaer has affirmed that he would like to keep England international midfielder on the books for the new campaign, and while the 28-year-old has also been rumoured with Tottenham and Arsenal he is believed to be eyeing a place at a Champions League team.