West Ham will make one final bid for Jesse Lingard according to The Express, with Manchester United having lowered their demands to around £20 million.

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The Express claims that the Hammers have already had one bid turned down for the 28-year-old.

Man United are said to have lowered their demands from £30 million to closer to £20 million for the 29-capped England international, however.

And that may well leave the door wide open for David Moyes to swoop in and bring Jesse to the London Stadium.

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West Ham to make one final Lingard bid?

The Express reckon that Moyes is desperate to bring the 28-year-old Manchester United man back to the London Stadium this summer.

And the Hammers are readying one final bid for the attacking midfielder.

£20 million allegedly could be enough to get a deal for Lingard over the line – that’s £10 million less than Man United were demanding at the start of the window.

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If true, West Ham quite simply just have to get this one done. Jesse made a huge difference for the Hammers last season.

£20 million would be good business for West Ham considering just how much Lingard has to offer.

His nine goals and four assists in 16 Premier League games last season are worth that fee alone.

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The fans are desperate to have Jesse back in East London. And as things stand, it seems as though there is a very good chance of that happening.

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