Manchester United are finally fed up with the inconsistency of Jessie Lingard and are prepared to let the Englishman leave the club this summer, with the club ready to listen to offers for the player.
The 27 years old, has been deemed surplus to requirement by the Manchester outfit, despite Coach Ole Gunner Solskjear being a big fan of him.
His current deal runs until the summer of 2021, with United having an option to extend it for a further year, but the team does not want him at the club beyond this summer.
In the last two games, he has put in a worthy shift for the team as they overcame Leicester City 2-0 to claim the third spot in the league, and also beat Lask 3 -1 to progress to the final 8 of the Europa League, with Lingard scoring one goal in each of the matches.
His goal against Leicester City was the first the Englishman would be scoring in the league since December of 2018.
Despite his recent resurgence, United are not willing to gamble on him any further and would be willing to let him leave if the right bid is received.