Manchester United are considering offers to let Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek on loan

Manchester United are now ready to let Jesse Lingard on loan after his talks with Ralf Rangnick from Dubai – but Newcastle are still some distance apart with the Old Trafford club to agree on a fee

  • Manchester United have rejected an offer to let Jesse Lingard hire
  • However, the Red Devils have agreed that Anthony Martial will be loaned to Sevilla
  • Progress has been made after Lingard spoke with interim chief Ralf Rangnick
  • Lingard and Donny van de Beek could be loaned out to leave the club
  • United are in advanced negotiations with Newcastle over a potential loan to Lingard
  • Crystal Palace and Valencia are both interested in midfielder Van de Beek











Manchester United are in talks to sign Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek after allowing Anthony Martial to join Sevilla for the rest of the season.

Negotiations with Newcastle continued on Tuesday on a deal for Lingard that could make the club’s Saudi owners pay a loan fee and a significant bonus if they stay up, as well as cover his £ 100,000 a week.

After rejecting offers from top-four rivals Tottenham and West Ham, United are believed to have sanctioned Lingard’s move to Tyneside after talking to interim manager Ralf Rangnick from Dubai, where the player has stayed at the start of the winter break.

Jesse Lingard is eager to leave Manchester United on loan at the end of the transfer window

Jesse Lingard is eager to leave Manchester United on loan at the end of the transfer window

United have rejected loan offers for Lingard, but have let Anthony Martial (left) go to Sevilla

United have rejected loan offers for Lingard, but have let Anthony Martial (left) go to Sevilla

United could let both Lingard and Donny van de Beek (pictured) leave the club on loan

United could let both Lingard and Donny van de Beek (pictured) leave the club on loan

However, the two clubs are believed to be some distance apart in the negotiations with six days until the January transfer window closes.

Lingard is set to end a 21-year deal with United this summer when he leaves Old Trafford as a free agent and he does not want to spend the remaining five months of his contract playing a small role.

The 29-year-old English national team player has only started two matches this season under Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Rangnick, and is desperate to regain a place in Gareth Southgate’s squad ahead of this year’s World Cup.

Lingard wants to join Newcastle, after having a successful loan spell at West Ham last year, and has become increasingly frustrated with United’s reluctance to let him leave this month.

Newcastle is Lingard's favorite destination despite approaches from West Ham and Spurs

Newcastle is Lingard’s favorite destination despite approaches from West Ham and Spurs

Lingard, who is currently in Dubai, has had discussions with Ralf Rangnick

Lingard, who is currently in Dubai, has had discussions with Ralf Rangnick

Meanwhile, Crystal Palace are interested in signing Van de Beek, another of United’s peripheral players, in the short term.

United blocked the Dutchman’s proposed transfer to Everton last summer, but may be more open to offers now that Valencia are said to be another option.

Martial flew to Spain on Tuesday to complete his loan move to Sevilla. It is understood that the Spanish club has not paid a fee but will cover the cost of his £ 200,000 a week.

Lingard enjoyed a successful loan spell last season at West Ham, which restarted his English career

Lingard enjoyed a successful loan spell last season at West Ham, which restarted his English career

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