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Jesse Lingard resigned to leaving Man Utd with four clubs interested in signing him

Jesse Lingard will depart Manchester United this summer time even when Erik ten Hag makes an attempt to persuade him to do otherwise.

The 29-year-old has endured a woeful season at Old Trafford with his contract at the club set to run out in June.

Ten Hag will take the reins on the club this summer time with wholesale modifications anticipated all through the playing squad.

Whereas it stays to be seen whether the Dutchman sees a spot for Lingard, studies on Wednesday evening now declare the attacking midfielder is resigned to leaving.

Newcastle, AC Milan and Juventus are reportedly among the many clubs keen on signing him.

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Lingard has already performed his last game at Old Trafford after being left on the bench throughout Monday’s win over Brentford.

Nemanja Matic and Juan Mata, who’re also set to depart United this summer time, began that sport and got standing ovations after being subbed off in the second-half.

There was no comparable gesture for Lingard nevertheless who remained on the bench with Edinson Cavani and Phil Jones coming on instead alongside Fred.

Lingard’s brother Louie Scott slammed the ‘classless’ resolution with a scathing publish on social media following the match.

Explaining his resolution not to bring on Lingard on Monday evening, United boss Ralf Rangnick insisted it was merely a query of fitness.

Sure, however for personal and family reasons he didn’t practice a lot,’ Rangnick revealed. ‘I believe yesterday [Sunday] was the first training session after he requested me [to give him] a while at house.

‘Again, tonight was one of those nights where I’d have loved to have 5 substitutes for different players; Alejandro Garnacho, I’d have loved to have introduced him on at 3-0 and let him play for quarter-hour.

‘Then I needed to resolve whether to bring on him or Edinson Cavani, and that’s why I made a decision to convey on Edinson.’

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