Press reports revealed that Jesse Lingard, the former Manchester United playmaker, has not yet decided his future, despite the fact that nearly 30 days have passed since the end of his contract with the Red Devils.
Lingard’s contract with Manchester United expired on June 30, which he played for from 2011 until the end of last season.
Reports revealed that one of the Saudi League clubs wants to sign Lingard for free this summer, which includes Lingard receiving an annual salary of 10 million pounds, which makes the 29-year-old think seriously about him.
Although there are offers from clubs in the American League, Lingard rejects the idea of moving, but he did not close the door to the Saudi League.
Some reports also revealed that offers have arrived from West Ham to Lingard, who played for him on loan in the second half of the 2020-2021 season, as well as from Everton.
Lingard is awaiting a final decision on his future next week, with an official announcement of his new club next Friday.
Lingard is considered the second Manchester United player to receive offers from the Saudi League after the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, who according to press reports that the value of the offer included receiving a salary of a quarter of a billion euros in two seasons.