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West Ham Jesse Lingard talks expected to start imminently after Euros omission insider claims
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West Ham Jesse Lingard talks expected to start imminently after Euros omission insider claims

West Ham are expected to imminently open talks to sign Jesse Lingard from Manchester United according to club insiders Claret and Hugh.

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

And Jesse had a monumental impact at the London Stadium.

Lingard racked up nine goals and four assists in just 16 Premier League games for West Ham.

David Moyes is desperate to bring the 27-capped England international to the London Stadium from Old Trafford on a permanent basis this summer according to The Daily Mail.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could demand as much as £30 million for Lingard this summer, however, according to The Sun.

That kind of fee will surely rule West Ham out of signing Jesse. Or will it?

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West Ham Jesse Lingard talks to begin imminently?

After his omission from Gareth Southgate’s Euro squad, the Hammers could well begin talks to sign the 28-year-old very soon (Claret and Hugh).

Talks could certainly begin before they would have had Jesse been selected for the England squad by Gareth Southgate.

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Getting a deal to sign Lingard wrapped up as soon as possible will be pivotal for West Ham.

If the Hammers can get a deal done for £20 million or less, it will be great value for us.

There is obviously a long way to go before Jesse is a West Ham player.

He has just 12 months remaining on his contract at Old Trafford, however. And Manchester United will surely not wasn’t to risk losing him for nothing next year.

Come on Sully just get this one done! Jesse missing out on the Euros is a huge blow for him personally. But hopefully it can work out for West Ham in the long-run.