Former Manchester City star, Danny Mills, has slammed departing Manchester United star, Jesse Lingard, saying the England international has overpriced himself.
Lingard left Manchester United this summer after his contract expired in June.
Clubs such as Everton, West Ham, and a few others in the Premier League are said to be interested in the 29-year-old and Mills believes no deal has been done yet because Lingard has been told he’s ‘overpriced himself’.
Danny Mills told talkSPORT: “If he was that important and that good, teams would’ve signed him up by now like that [clicks fingers].
“Whether it be £150,000 or £200,000 a week if they thought he was good enough they’d go for it because it’s a free transfer.
“He’s clearly overpriced himself and people are thinking ‘ummm, no, not for us we’ll have a wait and see.’
“Good luck mate if you think you can get it but all the big teams are starting to make signings.
“So where does he go? You have to be careful and I think he may run out of time and they he might just have to suddenly take a bit of a last-ditch transfer