Manchester United have told West Ham their asking price for midfielder, Jesse Lingard.
The Daily Mirror reports that United have slapped a £30m asking price on Lingard and will not repent following the 28-year-old’s sublime loan spell with West Ham.
Lingard has enjoyed a form surge since securing a January transfer window loan switch to West Ham, with the Hammers now shock contenders for Champions League football as a result of his contributions.
He has excelled under David Moyes and now United, expecting bids to come in, have valued their asset at £30m.
Selling Lingard would enable United to both free up the wage bill while also raising funds for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to add to his squad this summer.
After agreeing the loan move West Ham did not include an option to buy within the contract terms, meaning the two clubs must now sit down at the negotiation table.