Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan are the latest clubs who have taken an interest in Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard, according to ESPN.
Reports over the weekend had claimed that Arsenal had joined the battle for the 28-year-old, who has been in excellent form since moving to West Ham on loan at the start of February.
United were hoping to use Lingard in their attempts to sign Hammers vice-captain Declan Rice but it is believed that such a part-exchange deal is a non-starter.
With Lingard having just one year remaining on his contract at Old Trafford, it means that the Red Devils will likely be open to offers for the England international this summer.
The presence of clubs such as PSG in the race to secure the attacking midfielder’s signature, though, could push up the price that United will demand for the player. If he continues to perform well between now and the end of the season, his value may increase further still.