JESSE LINGARD is planning on 'screaming the house down' should England beat Italy to win Euro 2020.
The Manchester United star will be watching the game on the box in isolation after returning from a holiday in Mykonos.
Lingard arrived back into the UK on Monday, and after providing a negative test for coronavirus, will be back in United training tomorrow.
The 28-year-old was part of Gareth Southgate's 33-man provisional squad after getting back into contention following a stunning loan spell with West Ham.
But he failed to make the final cut and like the rest of us, has been watching games on the box.
Speaking to The Lions Den on how he will take in the game, Lingard said: "I got back on Monday, I’ve been quarantining, but it’s day five today, I got the negative test result.
"I’ll watch the game tonight and then go in training tomorrow.
"[I'll] stay at home, soak it up, maybe get a few people around, I’ll be screaming the house down when that full-time whistle goes and we win. I can feel it."
The midfielder uploaded a photo of him in an England shirt with fist clenches, captioned: "BRING IT HOME BOYS".
He previously watched the first game, a 1-0 win against Croatia, in the pub wearing a Declan Rice shirt and a PARROT on his shoulder.
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Lingard trained with old Man Utd pal Adnan Januzaj while out in Mykonos.
is gearing up for the new season, but where he'll be playing is still up in the air.
He still has one year remaining on his Man United contract, and an extension isn't totally out of the question.
But the Hammers would like to re-sign the attacking midfielder after he conjured up nine goals and five assists during a stunning loan spell.
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