West Ham are hopeful of signing Jesse Lingard from Manchester United on a permanent deal ‘very soon’ according to a report from The Sun.

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

And Lingard had a huge impact at the London Stadium racking up nine goals and four assists in just 16 Premier League games for West Ham.

Now the hard task for the East London outfit will be getting Jesse signed up on a long-term deal.

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West Ham hopeful of tying up Lingard deal very soon

The Sun claims that after the 28-year-old’s omission from the England squad for the Euros this summer, the Hammers are ramping up their interest in signing him permanently from Manchester United.


Moyes is allegedly hopeful of striking a deal to sign Lingard ‘very soon’.

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This is just one that Moyes needs to get done and dusted asap.

Deal needs to happen now

Jesse proved to be a vital component of Moyes’s team last season. The way in which he attacked with pace, incision and energy was a key reason why we ended up in sixth spot in the Premier League table.

If West Ham can sign Lingard for £15-20 million it is a deal that we have to wrap up as soon as possible.

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And according to the Sun, that is exactly what the East London club are trying to do.

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