Jesse Lingard is supposedly resigned to quitting Manchester United at the end of the season, with the star not interested in discussing a new deal.

The 29-year-old player has struggled to make his mark for his boyhood club during the 2021-22 term, contributing just two goals and one assist in 22 outings in all competitions.

His contract in Manchester is due to run out at the end of June, but a recent report stated that incoming manager Erik ten Hag was keen to speak to the player about his future.

The Dutchman is allegedly open to discussing a renewal with the Englishman, who came through the youth system at the Red Devils.

However, according to BBC Sport, Jesse has no intention of speaking to still Ajax boss, and he’s preparing to seek pastures new in the summer.

The report adds that Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan, Juventus and Newcastle United have already been in contact with the attacker’s entourage to register their interest.

Lingard is said to have been furious that he wasn’t given the chance to say goodbye to the Man United supporters during Monday’s PL clash with Brentford at the Theatre of Dreams, and Jesse’s brother posted a message on social media criticising United for not allowing him to bid farewell to the fans.