Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has some fight left in him and has reportedly snubbed a rumored move to Arsenal in the summer and is prepared to fight for his United spot.
Reports emerged over the weekend linking the Manchester United midfielder with a move to north London, with United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer losing confidence in the 27-year-old.
With 12 months on his £110,000 deal at United, Lingard has seen his playing time dramatically reduced and has only two goals in 35 appearances in all competitions this year.
Arsenal, Everton, Roma and Athletico Madrid were all linked to the former English International with Arsenal most interested in Lingard to strengthen their midfield, especially if on-loan Dani Ceballos returns to Real Madrid.
Lingard has been with Manchester United since he was six-years-old, joining as a youth and working his way up their United’s Academy system and vows to fight for his spot in the lineup.
Even controversial agent Mino Raiola who Lingard signed with recently wants him to stay and fight at United.
Lingard is valued at around £30m and his departure could help fund a move for Dortmund superstar Jadon Sancho if and when the summer transfer window opens.