Tottenham is not going to be signing Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard this summer season, in keeping with stories.
There had been rumours over the weekend saying Spurs boss Jose Mourinho was interested by a reunion with the England Worldwide, whom he coached whereas supervisor of Man United.
With Dele Alli, who has not made Tottenham’s previous two matchday squads, linked with a transfer to Paris Saint-Germain, Lingard was allegedly being eyed as a alternative.
Nevertheless, The Athletic say there may be ‘no likelihood’ of Lingard becoming a member of Tottenham with Mourinho not interested by any potential switch.
The 27-year-old Lingard scored 13 targets within the 2017/18 marketing campaign when the Portuguese coach was in command of the Crimson Devils – his greatest objective return in a single season.
Lingard’s kind has severely dipped because the 2018 World Cup and he’s not an everyday starter in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s midfield.
The United academy graduate even did not make the bench for Saturday’s 3-1 house defeat by Crystal Palace.
Regardless of his lack of first-team involvement, The Solar say the Crimson Devils are contemplating handing Lingard a brand new deal by triggering a one-year extension clause in his contract.
He’s out of contract subsequent summer season, however taking over the choice of an additional 12 months may see United promote the participant for round £25million.
It’s understood Everton and West Ham have expressed an curiosity in Lingard, who managed to attain only one Premier League objective final season.