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West Ham feel they have done everything they can to try and get Jesse Lingard back at the London stadium, according to transfer insider DeanJones.

Lingard spent the second half of the 2020/21 season on loan at West Ham, but getting him to join the club permanently was a major struggle for the Hammers.

What’s the latest on Lingard?

The 32 capsules international score nine goals in his loan spell at West Ham, and David Moyes was enthusiastic to seal a permanent deal for him last summer, but Lingard opted to stay at Manchester United to fight for his place in the squad instead.

Failing to get much playing time in the first half of last season, Lingard was related with West Ham again in January, but United decided they wanted to keep him until the end of the season.

It has now been confirmed that Lingard will leave Old Trafford at the end of the month when his contract expires, and transfer expert fabrice romano revealed Lingard had held talks with West Ham over a potential return to east London.

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What did Jones say about Lingard?

Jones claimed West Ham had made it clear they wanted to sign Lingard and suggested the ball was now in the midfielder’s court.

Speaking of talks between West Ham and Lingard, Jones told GIVEMESPORT: “The understanding I take from that is that West Ham don’t really think they could have done more at this stage. They loaned him out, it went really well. He loves everyone in the team He saw that they succeeded on the pitch, and now they want him back.

Should West Ham keep pushing the boat out for Lingard?

West Ham have been trying to tie Lingard down to a permanent deal for 12 months, and surely it must be last-ditch saloon territory for him to finally return to the club.

It should be remembered that the Irons helped Lingard get his career back on track by providing him with regular first-team football, and they provided the environment for him to thrive, which almost led to him being part of from Gareth Southgate’s squad for last year’s European Championships.

Lingard’s career has slipped since then, and he will turn 30 later this year, so he must have a successful next career.

However, West Ham waited patiently last year and they need to get a final answer soon. If he wants to join, that would be the perfect scenario for them.

If Lingard has any doubts, however, Moyes and co. must move on and identify alternative targets, as West Ham should only want to sign players who are fully committed to the club.

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