Manchester United attacker to push for permanent exit
Manchester United attacker Jesse Lingard will push for a permanent exit when his loan stint with West Ham United concludes.
The England international barely played for the Red Devils earlier this term, but he was loaned out to the Hammers in January.
He has since revived his career with an impressive tally of nine goals and three assists from just 11 Premier League appearances.
According to The Telegraph, Lingard has no desire to remain with the Red Devils, and he will push for a summer exit.
The Hammers are interested in signing him permanently, but will have to pay a significant fee to land his services.
Lingard is reportedly valued at £30m by United despite the fact that his contract expires at the end of next season.
Arsenal have also been linked with the England international after a failed loan approach during the winter transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa are among the other Premier League clubs, who are keeping tabs on the situation.