Solskjaer drops Man United pick as hint David Moyes may fear

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that Jesse Lingard could play against West Ham on Sunday.

The attacking midfielder spent the second half of last season on loan at the London Stadium. He was an instant success, scoring nine goals in just 16 matches.

Help his impressive shape West Ham to qualify for the Europa League, while also returning him to the England squad.

Lingard returned to Old Trafford in the summer and is now part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans. However, the 28-year-old has cost Man United a point in Champions League defeat by Young Boys.

He played a back pass without looking, and Thyson Sepacho made for the win in injury time.

When asked about Lingard, Solskjaer suggested that the player could start against his former club.

“With Jesse, no player likes to make mistakes, but it’s clearly an integral part of the game,” Solskjaer said.via expression).

“We will learn from him, and he will learn from him. We are human beings, every player makes mistakes. He will pick himself up and be ready to go on Sunday against West Ham.”

Lingard faces a battle to become a key first-team player, given Solskjaer’s rich options in attack.

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He can count on the likes of Cristiano RonaldoMason Greenwood, Jadon Sancho, Anthony Martial and Bruno Fernandez. Marcus Rashford and Edinson Cavani are also expected to return from injury later in the season.

Rumors continue to swirl about a permanent return to West Ham. However, David Moyes’ side are facing competition from Leicester City for his signature. Spanish port Transfers He claimed that Lingard On the radar of foxes.

His price was pre-set at £30m, although that could go up if he does well over the next few months.

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West Ham to cling firmly to Rice

Both Man United and Man City are believed to be interested in Declan Rice, but West Ham remain firm.

This is according to football london Tom Clark who claims to be the executor of England Happy in East London.

Hammers bosses are said to want £100m for his services, which shows how important he is to making it work.

Rice has appeared in all four of West Ham’s Premier League games this season, scoring one pass.

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