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Huge Lingard twist

New DC United boss Wayne Rooney is in talks with Jesse Lingard over a move to the United States, according to 90min.

Rooney and Lingard go back a long way and played together at Manchester United.

They actually played together 46 times, for both United and England, and Rooney is now said to be in talks with Lingard over taking him to the USA.

Lingard, of course, is available on a free transfer after leaving Manchester United at the end of last month.

DC United have been in woeful form and are currently bottom of the Eastern Conference, recently losing 7-0 to Philadelphia Union.

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However, it appears that Rooney has made contact with Lingard to gauge his interest in a move across the pond.

Lingard has received an offer from West Ham and there is also interest from Everton, but he is taking his time over a decision and has yet to make his mind up.

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4 comments on “Huge Lingard twist

  1. Can we please let JL go n get players ready to sweat Claret? He has been wonderful in his months as a Hammer but then he refused to come back the season after n now it seems more interested in get a big fat cheque

  2. I have been a great fan of Lingards.Its become obvious Lingard is trying to cash in now. My point is do we need someone mercenary like that and does D.M need to move on? I would for one love to have him at West Ham but I think it’s increasingly unlikely.

  3. Everybody knows that Mr Moyes is practically begging Lingard to sign and an offer has apparently been made, the response has been to park is on the back burner of last resort to invite other more attractive offers. This just won’t work, the romantic ideal that he will join us and perform as he did in the first month previously is a delusional fading wish in my opinion. Sorry.

  4. Easy money crap football, should suit him nicely!

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