SIX clubs are interested in signing Man United’s outcast Jesse Lingard, and Tottenham is one of them.


SIX clubs are interested in signing Man United’s outcast Jesse Lingard, prompting Tottenham to enter the transfer race.

TOTTENHAM is one of six clubs interested in signing Jesse Lingard, who is currently on the bench at Old Trafford.

The Manchester United midfielder’s contract expires at the end of the season, and negotiations for a new deal have broken down.

Tottenham Hotspur have joined the race for the 28-year-old England midfielder, according to ESPN.

West Ham, Newcastle, and Everton, all Premier League rivals of Tottenham, are said to be interested in signing the Old Trafford bench warmer.

Meanwhile, Barcelona and AC Milan are keeping a close eye on his situation.

Spurs manager Conte has recently singled out Tanguy Ndombele for not being a part of the team, and he may be looking to replace him with Lingard.

Lingard, like last season, could go out on loan for the second half of the season before returning permanently in the summer.

Alternatively, he could put an end to his Old Trafford woes in the New Year.

In January, the club is expected to sell him permanently.

Lingard has already begun personal arrangements for a permanent return to the capital, according to SunSport.


Lingard also hinted yesterday that a move to East London is on the cards.

He shared an Instagram photo from last season with West Ham, in which he was celebrating two goals.

Declan Rice, the Hammers’ main man, then added to the excitement with a photo of the pair celebrating Lingard’s wonder goal in a 3-2 win over Wolves in April.

“What a goal this was on our last trip to Molineux,” Three Lions captain Rice wrote ahead of Saturday’s match.

After his cameo appearances off the bench this season, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has publicly backed Lingard.

“Every player wants to play,” the under-pressure Norwegian said.

It’s impossible to criticize the attitude.

“When Jesse has played for us, he has done well.

He’ll have his chance.”

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