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Jesse Lingard to join West Ham on loan


West Ham are expected to sign Jesse Lingard on loan until the end of the season, with David Moyes set to reunite with the Manchester United midfielder.

Moyes’ team reduced their payroll and increased their coffers this month by shipping Sebastian Haller to Ajax and Robert Snodgrass to West Brom. They are keen to promote their own talent for dialing the numbers because 90 mins learned earlier this month that teen striker Mipo Odebuko will have his chance, but they also want to strengthen themselves from the outside.

This led them to Lingard, who has been the target of various Premier League clubs this season despite a lack of football for Manchester United.

Lingard has not been in the Premier League this season | MARTIN MEISSNER / Getty Images

The 28-year-old has not made a Premier League appearance this quarter and his situation is unlikely to improve as United pursue a first league title since 2013. Reports earlier in the window suggested he had made a transfer request, and it appears that wish is now granted.

The Times says West Ham is close to completing a loan change, after pushing back the interests of West Brom and Sheffield United threatened with relegation for his services. It comes after the midfielder met manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Friday, who agreed to let him go with a view to playing regular football in the second half of the campaign.

Lingard is believed to be keen to partner with Moyes for the second time, having briefly worked together during the Scots’ doom at Old Trafford between 2013-14.

Lingard’s deal at United was due to expire this summer, but last month they triggered an extension of his contract to keep him there until 2022. This was to protect their interests, so they could collect fees. this summer, if he rediscovered it. his best form while on loan.

It’s unclear when the deal will be confirmed, but he could play against Liverpool at the end of the month, as the Irons meet the Reds at London Stadium on January 31.