Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solaskjaer has admitted that they will sit midfielder Jesse Lingard down as they find a perfect move for his career.
Lingard has found games to come by at United and according to Solskjaer, the player needed more game time as he lauded him for being a professional in all the time he has been omitted from the team.
"Jesse trained this morning, he wasn't in the squad," Solskjaer said before United's 3-2 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup. So, of course, he wants to play football, we will have to see and I will sit down with Jesse and make a decision on what we're going to do.
"So far, he's been the ultimate professional, trained well with a small group this morning that was not in the squad. I will sit down and see if anything comes up. I'm very happy to have him around us as I know he could have played today and done well.," Solskjaer is quoted by MEN.
Lingard is attracting interest from a few Premier League clubs with West Ham United, Sheffield United, Newcastle United, and West Brom all said to be interested in his services.
Away from the Premier League, the player had been linked with a move to French said Nice and AC Milan of Italy.