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Manchester United Fans Emotional Over 'It Was All A Dream' Tribute Video To Jesse Lingard

Jack Kenmare

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Manchester United Fans Emotional Over 'It Was All A Dream' Tribute Video To Jesse Lingard

A number of videos dedicated to Jesse Lingard's time at Manchester United are going viral after it was announced that the academy product will leave Old Trafford at the end of his contract.

The 29-year-old attacking midfielder, who joined the club's Under-9s team in 2001, has played 232 games for United since his competitive debut against Swansea during the 2014/15 campaign.

He scored 35 times in total, including a winner against West Ham in September – his last goal for the Reds.

Image credit: Alamy
Image credit: Alamy

In a lengthy statement on the club's website, United confirmed Lingard will depart at the end of June.

The final paragraph read: "We’d like to take this opportunity to thank Jesse for all of the memories he’s helped create during his two decades here and wish him the best of luck in his future career."

United's official Twitter account then posted a tribute video to the England international titled: 'It was all a dream...'

One fan commented on the clip, saying: "I’m tearing up man," while another said: "Enjoyed the come up. The FA Cup winner will live long in our memories. Good luck Jesse."

A fan then posted an emotional montage to Lingard after the news was announced.

Twitter user Raphael Wilson posted the following video with the caption: "232 games, 35 goals and 21 assists - thanks for the memories Jesse Lingard.

'Lived out his dream of playing for Manchester United, was at the club from boy to man. Wishing him nothing but the best in the future."

In the weeks ahead of his release, Lingard has been linked with a move to West Ham. He spent a successful loan spell at the Hammers last season after joining in January, scoring nine goals in 16 appearances.

And the London-based club are ready to open talks with former loanee Lingard as he becomes a free agent.

In fact, David Moyes' side have already made contact with his representatives, according to ESPN.

He will now consider a number of bids, with four other Premier League clubs interested, as well as Italian giants Inter Milan and Juventus.

Image credit: Alamy
Image credit: Alamy

Lingard will join teammates Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani in leaving Old Trafford at the end of their contracts in June.

Thoughts on Lingard's time at United? Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: Manchester United/Twitter/Jesse Lingard

Topics: Jesse Lingard, Manchester United, Premier League, West Ham United

Jack Kenmare
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