Lingard hadn't played a single minute of Premier League football before moving on loan to West Ham United in January, and since then he's been in incredible form.
His brace against Leicester City on Sunday took him to eight goals since joining David Moyes side, with no player scoring more in England's top tier in that time.
The 28-year-old's form has led to talk about where his future lies, with West Ham obviously interested in making his stay permanent. Arsenal have been linked with the England player but there's some even bigger names.
It would be an incredible turnaround of events for Lingard's career if he were able secure a move to one of Europe's biggest clubs, considering his previous couple of years at Old Trafford.
With only one year left on his contract for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side, the former Leicester loanee could be a decent price option for clubs.
Lingard's form has helped take David Moyes side into a strong position to qualify for next season's Champions League, so he could be playing in the continent's elite competition either way.
Whilst the player's form in east London could mean he favours a move to the London Stadium on a full time basis, his parent club may also prefer it.
According to some reports, Solskjaer wants to add Declan Rice to his squad this summer and would consider using Lingard as a makeweight in the deal.
As well as a potential huge future move, Lingard's form has earned him a recall to Gareth Southgate's England squad, playing in the side's recent World Cup qualifiers.
There is now talk that he could be part of the squad for this summer's Euros, although there is a lot of competition for places in Lingard's position.
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