West Ham are as yet looking out for a choice from Jesse Lingard with the player set to turn into a free age.
Lingard scored nine Premier League objectives in 16 beginnings for West Ham in a credit spell in the last part of the 2020/21 season.
The forward formally turns into a free specialist on Friday when his United agreement lapses. Newcastle attempted to sign Lingard in the January move window. Previous break United chief Ralf Rangnick excused analysis in May from Lingard's sibling after he neglected to give the midfielder an Old Trafford goodbye against Brentford.
Gary Neville contended Lingard didn't merit extraordinary treatment after he watched two United top choices, Bryan Robson and Steve Bruce, sent on their way without a nostalgic farewell.
Talking on The Gary Neville Podcast, he said: "The garbage over Jesse Lingard, look, Jesse's been at the club quite a while, worked effectively, yet I saw Bryan Robson and Steve Bruce not play in their last games and not get a farewell in cup finals.
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