Date: 10th March 2020 at 8:07am
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The ongoing and much-needed transformation of the Manchester United squad is set to continue in earnest this summer.

However, whilst we welcome the addition of some much-needed world-class talent, we’re perfectly aware that some of the current squad will be off-loaded not only to balance the books but also to keep the squad to a manageable size.

Last summer, among those we bid farewell to, were Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku.

This summer, it would appear, if the news source, Goal, has its facts correct, one player Manchester United are set to sell is Jesse Lingard.

Twenty-seven-year-old Lingard has been a mainstay of the United squad for several years’, but it has become noticeable that the England internationals contribution, this season, has waned.

But, if our quoted source is correct, it remains to be seen which clubs would be looking to sign the player and what the size of the transfer fee would be.

Our view, here at Vital Manchester United, is that Lingard is a decent squad member but hasn’t pressed on to reach the high standard expected of him in his early days with us.

But is that a view you concur with?

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3 Replies to “Manchester United International Midfielder Set To Be Sold This Summer”

  • His contribution this season has waned?? No please, he has never made any telling contribution in any season. This is the sort of mediocre player Utd have been putting their faith in expecting miracles but I tell you what, none of that is ever gonna happen. Jesse isn’t on Utd’s level and we can’t force him to be. He has no football intelligence whatsoever, and the more we play him, the more he is exposed for the fraud that he is. Another player cokes to mind- Marouane Fellaini. We need to get rid of Lingard in the summer, Perreira too, and being in someone who can actually play football. We need more quality players in the squad who can instantly improve the team and that’s when we can start making real progress. See what Bruno has achieved in his short spell? Imagine if we could add one or two from this list: Timo Werner, Jadon Sancho, Thomas Partey, Isco, Soumare…

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