Manchester United chiefs have no immediate plans of offering United’s goal hero in last week’s Premier league fixture against West Brom at Old Trafford; Jesse Lingard an improved offer.
Lingard is currently the lowest earner in Coach Louis Van Gaal’s first team, receiving as low as £8,000-a-week. His recent improvement and consistency has warrant talks of a supposedly improved offer.
The 22 years old recently signed a new long term deal and he is surprisingly United’s longest serving player in the current squad haven being in the club since he was 7 years old (he is now 22 years old and into his 14th year with the Red Devils).
Lingard’s rise to the first team should at least see him earn more than or equal to the following players: Tyler Blackett, 20 years old (currently earns £20,000-a-week), Paddy McNair, 19 years old (£25,000-a-week), Adnan Januzaj, 20 years old (£40,000-a-week), 19 years old Luke Shaw (£80,000-a-week), 21 years old Memphis Depay (£90,000-a-week), according to Premierleague.com, Guardian and BBC.
Only James Wilson, 19 years old (£5, 000-week) and Nick Powell, 20 years old (£5,000-a-week) earns less than Lingard who is 22 years and as good as any of the above mentioned young players at Old Trafford.
Manchester United should look into the players case and plan a new improved package for Lingard and this could also act as a motivating factor for a better performance.