Who is Jesse Lingard?
Jesse Lingard is an English professional attacking midfielder who plays for Man United and the England national team.
The versatile English midfielder has won the UEFA Europa League, FA Community Shield. EFL Cup and FA Cup becoming one of only three players to found back of the net in all of the latter three finals.
Lingard has his debut during a loan spell at Leicester City in 2012, he also had loan spells at Brighton & Hove Albion, Birmingham City and Derby County in 2015. He broke into the Man United starting XI under Louis van Gaal in 2015 before fell out of favour under Ole Gunnar Solskjær and struggled to cement a place in the starting XI. A highly productive loan spell with fellow Premier League club, West Ham United in 2021 saw Lingard rediscover his form, founding back of the net nine times in his first 11 games for the Hammers.
Jessie Lingard’s Loan spell at Man Utd:
On 29 January 2021 Jessie Lingard joined West Ham United on a season-long loan deal, he made a return with ex-Manchester United head-coach David Moyes.
Lingard has been in stunning form during his loan spell, taking direct part in 14 goals in his first 10 Premier League appearences, for the Hammers, Lingad had scored more Premier League goals for David Moyes side than he ever managed in a single campaign at Man Utd.
For his fine form in April he won the Premier League Player of the Month and the Premier League Goal of the Month award which he scored against Wolves. He has made 16 appearences during his loan spell with David Moyes’s side.
What is the net worth of Jessie Lingard?
Lingard’s net worth is reported to be between £6m – £11m.
Given his relative youth and the fact that he has only been a top earner at Man United for the guts of a few years, England international midfielder is not likely to have amassed substantial riches.
However, his lucrative new deal is bound to give the playmaker a boost in the upcoming years, mainly as he invests in his JLINGZ fashion venture.
A net worth of eight to $15 million is a relatively modest figure for a player of the club like Man Utd, with multiple millions flowing into his bank account through his wages and different sponsor deals, it is bound to increase substantially.