Saturday, June 25

Manchester United consider offers to let Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek out on loan

Manchester United are now prepared to let Jesse Lingard leave on loan after his talks with Ralf Rangnick from Dubai – but Newcastle are still some way apart with Old Trafford club on agreeing a fee

  • Manchester United have rejected offers to let Jesse Lingard leave on loan 
  • The Red Devils though have agreed for Anthony Martial to join Sevilla on loan
  • Progress has been made after Lingard spoke to interim boss Ralf Rangnick
  • Lingard and Donny van de Beek could be set to leave the club on loan  
  • United are in advanced talks with Newcastle over a potential loan for Lingard
  • Crystal Palace and Valencia are both interested in midfielder Van de Beek 


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Manchester United are in talks over loaning out Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek after allowing Anthony Martial to join Sevilla for the rest of the season.

Negotiations with Newcastle continued on Tuesday over a deal for Lingard that could see the club’s Saudi owners pay a loan fee and substantial bonus if they stay up, as well as covering his £100,000-a-week wages.

Having rejected offers from top-four rivals Tottenham and West Ham, United are understood to have sanctioned Lingard’s move to Tyneside after he spoke to interim manager Ralf Rangnick from Dubai where the player has been staying at the start of the winter break. 

United have rejected loan offers for Lingard but have let Anthony Martial (left) go to Sevilla

United have rejected loan offers for Lingard but have let Anthony Martial (left) go to Sevilla

United have rejected loan offers for Lingard but have let Anthony Martial (left) go to Sevilla

United could let both Lingard and Donny van de Beek (pictured) leave the club on loan

United could let both Lingard and Donny van de Beek (pictured) leave the club on loan

United could let both Lingard and Donny van de Beek (pictured) leave the club on loan

However, the two clubs are thought to be some way apart in negotiations with six days to go until the January transfer window closes.

Lingard is set to end a 21-year association with United in the summer when he leaves Old Trafford as a free agent, and doesn’t want to spend the remaining five months of his contract playing a bit-part role.

The 29-year-old England international has started just two games this season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Rangnick, and is desperate to reclaim a place in Gareth Southgate’s squad ahead of this year’s World Cup.

Lingard wants to join Newcastle, having enjoyed a successful loan spell at West Ham last year, and has become increasingly frustrated with United’s reluctance to let him leave this month.

Newcastle are Lingard's preferred destination despite approaches from West Ham and Spurs

Newcastle are Lingard's preferred destination despite approaches from West Ham and Spurs

Newcastle are Lingard’s preferred destination despite approaches from West Ham and Spurs

Lingard, who is currently in Dubai, has been holding discussions with Ralf Rangnick

Lingard, who is currently in Dubai, has been holding discussions with Ralf Rangnick

Lingard, who is currently in Dubai, has been holding discussions with Ralf Rangnick

Meanwhile, Crystal Palace are interested in signing Van de Beek, another of United’s peripheral players, on a short-term basis.

United blocked the Dutchman’s proposed loan move to Everton last summer, but may be more open to offers now with Valencia said to be another option.

Martial flew to Spain on Tuesday to complete his loan move to Sevilla. It’s understood the Spanish club have not paid a fee but will cover the cost of his £200,000-a-week salary.


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