Manchester United have slapped a £30 million price tag on midfielder Jesse Lingard who has found his feet on loan at West Ham.
Lingard has been in super form since moving to east London to join The Hammers – who shockingly are contenders for Champions League football next seasons- on loan in January.
The 28-year-old has been performing superbly under David Moyes and United expect bids to come in pricing their asset at £30m as reported by Sportsmail.
United according to same report will hold firm their price valuation for the England international whose recent form reflected on his recall to join the national team during the international break for the World Cup qualifiers.
The Club would also want to sell the player to reduce their wage bill and raise funds for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the summer transfer window.
Manchester United did not include an option to buy in Lingard’s loan contract meaning West Ham would have to sit down with them for negotiations.
The Hammers reportedly are ‘willing to do whatever it takes’ to make Lingard’s move permanent as reported by Straightnewsonline.com.
Jesse Lingard so has scored six goals and registered three assists since making his debut for West Ham in February.