Solskjaer Making It Difficult For Lingard To Move To The Exist Door These January Transfer Window.


It has come to the notice of premier league reporter saying that Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and forward Jesse Lingard are currently in a tug-of-war over the player’s future with the club.

Observing the England International Lingard who is desperate to leave Old Trafford in other to find regular first-team football for himself.

Credited to his stay these season it was noted that the 28-year-old has only made three appearances so far this season is concerned which is not a good rating for such player.

Although Solskjaer is sympathetic to Lingard’s situation but is keen to keep him beyond the January transfer window which he feels there is still room for the English man.

Based on the above situation which have made United to trigger a one-year extension in Lingard’s contract that will keep him at the club until 2022.

Although he remains keen to play regularly after falling down the pecking order under the new management Solskjaer.

Quoting Football Scout views saying that Lingard has plenty of suitors in the Premier League and abroad willing to accept his services for now.

With clubs like Marseille, Porto, Inter Milan, Nice, Tottenham Hotspur, Sheffield United and West Ham United have all registered an interest but United have not yet provided a definitive answer as to whether the former academy graduate is available or not for now.

Finally it was noted that The Norwegian Boss is very conscious of losing too many squad players this month, ahead of a hectic schedule in the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League between now and May when the window will open again.