Jesse Lingard could leave Manchester United for as little as £12 million ($17m), according to TEAMtalk.
This is, however, some drop-off from the minimum £25million Manchester United were seeking in the summer for Lingard.
With Lingard having less than a year left on his contract and having rejected the offer of a new Manchester United contract, the Red Devils would reportedly prefer to sell him in January rather than lose him for nothing next summer.
West Ham boss David Moyes remains keen on signing Lingard in January after failing to sign the Manchester United attacker during the summer transfer window.
Lingard impressed during his time on loan at West Ham, netting nine goals in 16 games.
Despite his limited game time at Manchester United, Lingard continues to show he still has a knack for scoring after netting twice in England’s win over Andorra last Sunday and also scoring in Manchester United’s 4-1 victory over Newcastle on Saturday.
Manchester United’s director of football John Murtough is hoping Lingard’s goals will trigger a bidding war for him in January so the Red Devils can receive as much as £15million for the England international.