Manchester United star Jesse Lingard is reportedly being closely tracked by the Serie A giants Juventus and AC Milan.

The 29-year-old is out of contract at the Theatre of Dreams this summer and is set to depart in search of more game time.

The attacker has spent over 20 years at Old Trafford, having come through the club’s youth sector, making more than 200 appearances and lifting three major trophies.

According to ESPN, I Bianconrei and I Rossoneri have registered an interest in snapping him up on a free transfer but will face stern competition from a host of Premier League clubs.

In January, the playmaker was close to signing for Newcastle United on loan but the transfer was blocked by the team’s interim manager Ralf Rangnick who decided to keep the Englishman as another option for the run-in.

In his time with United, he has failed to become a regular starter with his best season in a red shirt being 2018 when the player made 33 division appearances under then-manager Jose Mourinho.


In recent terms, Jesse has played a squad role but shone during a loan stint at the Irons last term when he netted nine goals in 16 games.