Jesse Lingard quotes Michael Jackson in heartfelt message to Manchester United fans

Jesse Lingard Claims Cristiano Ronaldo ‘Never Gave Him Trouble’ In Games

The 27-year-old managed just a single goal contribution in the 2019/20 Premier League campaign, which came in the form of a goal in United's 2-0 away win over Leicester City on the final day, while he produced just three strikes and two assists across all competitions.

Lingard has been an integral part of United's squad since his debut in 2014 and many are desperate to see the academy graduate succeed.

Cristiano Ronaldo lifted his 32nd professional title this weekend after winning his second Serie A title with Juventus. "Everything he has achieved in his career". He's been to several clubs and has won many titles. "He's a real football icon", said the player.

"This season has been hard for so many reasons", Lingard posted to his 6.6 million followers on Instagram.

Having quite recently finished a Premier League season that was suspended mid-season due to the corona virus pandemic and got done with games played without any fans present, Lingard is preferable put over most to offer direction on what the National Basketball Association players will encounter when they come back to the court inside the air pocket at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex in focal Florida.


By comparison, five-time Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldo has clinched seven league titles in three different countries, most recently helping Juventus to back-to-back Scudetto.

"When Ronaldo first came to Manchester United, I was 11 or 12".

United are also open to selling him this summer because they are in contention to sign Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho and Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish, who play in the same position as Lingard. We did a skills DVD and it was him teaching us skills which was good. It was the first time I saw him. Did he give me problems? "No, he wasn't too bad, to be fair", he said. "He was young and skinny when he came [to the club]", Lingard told Sky Sports.

The England worldwide has seen limited game time this season and only has one year left on his £100,000-a-week deal.

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