Gary Neville Suggests Jesse Lingard Should Leave Manchester United to find more opportunities to enter the field than to sit on the reserve
Gary Neville has advised Jesse Lingard to find a new club next summer. To find opportunities to play 45 games per season, believe it is better than sitting on the bench at Manchester United.
The 28-year-old winger enjoyed a remarkable second-half season on loan with West Ham last season, scoring nine goals and providing four assists in 16 appearances. This great work Causing the Hammer to want him to join the army permanently this summer By offering 25 million pounds to Manchester United considering release. But the deal did not happen as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted he wanted to keep him with the team. And Lingard himself had the determination to stay for his place in the Red Devils Army.
This season he has played just 63 minutes in the English Premier League. And in his most recent game against West Ham, he also scored the winning goal for the team late in the game. Although the opportunity to play is small, he has achieved 2 goals, which Neville considers Lingard. should have the opportunity to continue playing on the field because he is in the best phase of his career as a player It advised him to leave the club to find a new club where he could play 45 games per season.
“I still insist that he should leave the team. It should be a time when he shows his fullest form. I’m happy to see how great he has come back. He scored goals for the team in key moments. He has a good character. He’s a very good footballer. And I feel he should be playing 40-45 games a season,” Neville told Sky Sport.