After starring on loan at West Ham last season, the ex-England international is in great demand this summer.
He understands that a successful move away could result in him representing England at the World Cup.
The Englishman, who has watched countrymen Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori, and Chris Smalling prosper on the continent, is considering a lucrative new start in Italy.
According to the Mirror, Roma is one of the clubs interested in signing Lingard, and a reunion with ex-boss Jose Mourinho is on the cards.
However, they are up against Juventus and AC Milan, two underperforming Italian heavyweights who are rumored to be interested in signing the attacking midfielder.
Lingard has fallen down the pecking order at Manchester United, and it wouldn’t be unexpected if he resurfaced in Italy or with another Premier League club.
Newcastle United and West Ham United are both interested in luring him away from Old Trafford.
Lingard’s move to Newcastle could be enticing because he is likely to earn the highest wage of his career, in excess of £150,000 per week.
Although West Ham may not be able to meet Lingard’s high demands, he may still be interested in returning to the club that helped him resurrect his career, since he scored nine goals in 16 appearances for the Hammers.
At the 2018 World Cup, the ex-England player appeared to be a favorite of Gareth Southgate’s, and he might still force his way into consideration before the squad for Qatar is named.