According to The Telegraph, Newcastle United are interested in signing Attacker from Manchester United.
According to reports, the new Newcastle owners have explored the prospect of acquiring Manchester United offensive midfielder.
According to the report, the Magpies intended to recruit the 28-year-old on loan from Manchester United in January 2021.
However, the England international — who, according to The Sun, earns £110,000 a week – turned down the opportunity to join West Ham United.
Lingard has returned to the Red Devils and is battling for playing time.
The 28-year-old, who can also play as a winger, has played 45 minutes of Premier League football for United this season, scoring two goals.
Mike Ashley is no longer the owner of Newcastle.
Newcastle has been taken over by an investor consortium chaired by the Public Investment Fund (PIF) and including PCP Capital Partners and RB Sports & Media.
The Magpies have grand plans, and Lingard could now find it very appealing to make a move to Newcastle.
Now, of course, the Magpies are not going to challenge for the Premier League title or the European places straightaway, but Lingard could be part of a successful project in the medium term.
Lingard is only 28 years old, and it’s a shame he’s not playing frequently right now.