Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard is an ‘option’ for AC Milan should they choose to reinforce that area in January, a report claims.
Alessandro Jacobone of Sportitalia reported last week that Mino Raiola had offered Lingard to the Rossoneri, with the England international struggling for game time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
This was backed up by Duncan Castles on the Transfer Window Podcast, with the English journalist claiming that Raiola was shopping his client around in Serie A.
Transfer source Louis Girardi meanwhile reported that – despite suggestions in the British media of a €45m valuation – €28m may be enough to convince United to sell the playmaker after a disastrous 2019.
According to the latest from Tuttosport – as cited by MilanNews.it – Lingard has become an ‘option’ for Milan, but at the moment it remains only a suggestion and nothing concrete.
The paper also concurs with the aforementioned sources, adding that Raiola is also proposing the 27-year-old to other clubs such as Roma, Napoli and Inter.