Manchester United striker Jesse Lingard is experiencing a tough time at the moment as things are not working out as planned for the England international.
The 26-year-old winger has neither score nor assist this season, while his overall display has left so much to be desired.
His spot in Solskjaer’s starting lineup is no longer secure due to the intense competition among the Old Trafford players.
To add to Lingard’s woes, his clothing range ‘JLingz’ recorded a loss of £211,688 in its first year of operation, that’s according to Manchester Evening News.
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JLingz, a clothing range where T-shirts, hoodies and jackets are being sold, was launched in the summer of 2018 but it hasn’t produced the financial result the player is hoping to see so far.
Meanwhile, the same source revealed that Solskjaer has issued a stern warning to the player following his dip in form.
It was said that the manager has told the player to take his mind away from off-pitch crises if he must return to his goalscoring form.
It is yet to be seen if the 26-year-old will be in Solskjaer’s first XI when they tackle Chelsea at Stamford Stadium in Wednesday’s League Cup fixture.