Rumors and speculations has it that England and Manchester United attacker, Jesse Lingard might be exiting Manchester United in this upcoming January transfer window with West Ham likely to be his possible destination.
Its rumored that the Manchester United star will only cost £10m to any club that desires his services.
Chelsea football club manager Tuchel is in dire need of a backup striker for Lukaku and Lingard can fit into such task because of his goal scoring prowess.
Tuchel should try to hijack the deal and bring him to the Stamford Bridge because of these two reasons:
1. This will be a profitable transfer deal for Tuchel and his squad: Chelsea will be enjoying a great profit with just £10m, because Jesse Lingard will help restore the threat state of Chelsea's frontline as he proven his great ability to convert goals with tough opportunities for both his club and national team. His days at West Ham was superb but he is struggling at Manchester United at the moment, because of lack of game-times. Tuchel could sign him as a backup striker for Romelu Lukaku, as he (Lingard) is a sharp shooter and a goal-getter with a goal sense.
2. Lingard is a tested and proven premier league material: Jesse Lingard has already established himself as a good premier league player who needs only to adapt to the tactics of any English premier club that will sign him. And not to adapt to the tough state of the premier league tournament, because he has spent much of his years of football career in the premier league competition.
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