Flocking to Twitter, these West Ham United have erupted over the latest news involving transfer target and Manchester United star Jesse Lingard.
A highly sought-after target for West Ham in the summer, manager David Moyes couldn’t sign him on a permanent deal after an impressive spell on loan over the second half of 2020/2021.
The 28-year-old, electing to stay at Old Trafford and fight for his place under ex-boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has cut a bit-part figure since then with speculation mounting over a possible move away in January.
His contract expires in 2022 and it is believed that new deal talks have stalled with many clubs now circling to sign the England international, including West Ham (ESPN).
Sharing the latest news, reliable club insider ExWHUemployee has made an enticing claim, revealing that early January transfer talks are expected to take place for the attacker (Patreon).
In a further boost, it is believed that Lingard still wants to leave mid-season despite speculation he could perform a U-turn after Solskjaer’s sacking.
However, there is also much competition for his signature and obstacles before a West Ham deal can be done.
West Ham fans erupt…
As a result of Ex’s transfer claim, these West Ham fans have been in full voice on social media – with the majority wanting Lingard to make his return to the London Stadium.
He was also described as the best top flight player on current form at one stage and ‘absolutely phenomenal’ by talkSPORT pundit Adrian Durham, highlight just how imperious he was under Moyes.
Taking this into account, it’s little wonder Irons supporters want a deal to be done – find all of their best reactions down below:
“all I want”
“Need him back in Claret and Blue ASAP.”
“Get it done now”
“Shouldn’t be any messing about. I think people are starting to realise how much he brought to the team. 100% walks in the team atm”
“GET IT DONE”
In other news: Journalist hints West Ham may now be in pole position to sign ‘world class’ striker for Moyes, find out more here.
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