West Ham United will do whatever it takes to sign Jesse Lingard on a permanent deal in the summer according to a report form Sky Sports.

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The 28-year-old joined the Hammers on loan from Manchester United in January.

And Lingard has absolutely lit it up at West Ham.

Since moving to the London Stadium, the 26-capped England international has racked up six goals and three assists in just eight Premier League games.

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Jesse Lingard (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

It will be absolutely vital for David Moyes to sign him permanently in the summer.

West Ham could be in for quite a shock, however. According to a report from the Daily Mail, Man United could demand £30 million for Lingard in the summer.

 

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There appears to be some good news for the Hammers.

Sky Sports claim that West Ham will ‘do whatever it takes’ to sign the 28-year-old on a permanent basis this summer.

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Jesse Lingard (Photo by Justin Tallis – Pool/Getty Images)

Not having Jesse at the London Stadium next season is unthinkable.

The Manchester United owned ace has completely transformed the way in which we play. It could be argued that he is already indispensable to us.

The West Ham owners need to move heaven and earth to sign Lingard permanently in the summer.

And that’s what they are prepared to do according to Sky Sports.

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