Jesse Lingard was reported to be on his way back to Man Utd in the summer to sign a new agreement despite rumors he tended to sign for West Ham.
Lingard joined a hammer with a loan for the rest of the season in January and has hit the land running at the London stadium.
He has scored five goals and provides two assists for his West Human Rights teammate in just seven Premier League matches, which lead to a call for England.
Lingard played in England’s 5-0 victory over San Marino on Thursday, contributed assistance and was declared a human match.
And now the shape can see it back to Man Utd as an important player with the sun claims that the Red Devils are open for sensational returns’ and can open ‘talks on contract extensions’.
The report added that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was very impressed with his appearance, and was an old fan of the 28-year-old child even though he frozen it ‘with Lingard only had more than a year remaining on his agreement.
His recent view means MAN UTD ‘can be willing to offer a new three-year contract’ with a Premier League giant who is interested in keeping his transfer value high while it can also make it back to the plan of the Solskjaer first team. “
It is understood that West Ham wants to seal an agreement between £ 15 million and £ 20 million in the summer but now the head of Old Trafford wants more to their winger .
Meanwhile, Lingard last played for England back in June 2019 and Gareth Southgate was pleased with his man-of-the-match performance against San Marino.
On the Man Utd loanee, Southgate said: “I thought Jesse was excellent.
“First of all, really pleasing to see him playing football, enjoying his football, playing with a smile on his face.
“We know the qualities he has. We gave him his debut 50 games ago and why did we do that? Because he’s a player that technically is good, passes and moves, has intelligence in the positions he takes up.
“He works incredibly hard without the ball to pressure and to win the ball back.
“So, in the main, my first thought is how lovely to see him back playing at the level that we think he can be.”