Manchester Evening News reports the coronavirus epidemic has affected United’s expectations of having a larger price for their midfielder player Jesse Lingard.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, under whom the Red Devils function, is tired of Lingard’s difficulties and would love to push him over this summer, especially considering how Bruno Fernandes has illuminated the Theater of Dreams since his arrival in Sporting Lisbon in January.
But the coronavirus outbreak has affected Manchester United’s hopes of getting a high fee for midfielder Jesse Lingard, as Express claim.
England International was backed up after the sale window reopened to leave Old Trafford. But the Red Devils could fail to get the price they desire for the 27-year-old, who have experienced a disappointing campaign.
Lingard initially got promoted through the ranks at United before making his debut back in 2016 under Louis van Gaal.