Jesse Langard will consider leaving Manchester United if he is not guaranteed regular first-team football by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjیرr before the end of the summer transfer window. The Red Devils midfielder wants to play every week, but it remains to be seen whether he will be at the center of Norway’s plans this season.
England were among the standout players during the International Pre-season, but a match with the Cowboys 19 saw them miss their last warm-up game against Everton and United’s 5-1 win over Leeds United at the start of the season.
Solskir has indicated that Langard is part of his plans for next season. But Bruno Fernandez is currently in the starting position at 10th position and it is not clear how the manager will fit Langard.
According to the Times.The English midfielder has no interest in playing a small role in the campaign. He is forced to return to the Three Lions setup after missing out on England’s final at the European Championships this summer, and Langard knows he will have to play regular club football for Gareth Southgate. Consider this.
The 28-year-old midfielder’s stock skyrocketed in the second half of last season after spelling out his debt with West Ham United. He scored nine goals and added six more to help keep the Hammers sixth in the Premier League.
Langard is unwilling to leave his boyhood club, but will be forced to look at his options if he fails to play a key role in United’s second game of the season against Southampton on Sunday. West Ham are keen to take him back to London Stadium, but are bowling for the Manchester club for £ 25 million.
The United star was also linked with a move to Leicester City and Arsenal, but this depended on James Madison leaving Fox, which seems impossible at the moment. There will be a lot of sweaters for the English, who have shown that they can be an asset when played regularly.