£60million attacker ready to agree Man United move – Report

Jack Grealish goal vs Man Utd

Manchester United have been linked with Aston Villa star Jack Grealish for quite some time and the latest reports going on in the media are very positive for the Red Devils.

According to Goal, the 24-year-old attacker is ready to join Man United and has already started looking for a house in anticipation that he’d move to Old Trafford.

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Similarly, The Sun have exclusively revealed that despite interest from the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid, the Villa skipper prefers to sign for the Red Devils.

The British source have mentioned that Solskjaer’s primary target to improve his attacking midfield was James Maddison but the England international is close to agreeing a new deal with Leicester City. In such a scenario, they are now looking to lure Grealish, who is valued at around £60million.

The English attacker played a pivotal role in helping Villa secure PL qualification last season and this term, he has been even better.

Grealish is naturally a central attacking midfielder, who can play in multiple offensive positions. In the current campaign, Dean Smith has mainly utilized him on the left wing.

In all competitions, he has so far featured in 27 games and directly contributed in no fewer than 16 goals (9 goals and 7 assists). Back in December, he scored a sublime goal vs Man United in their own backyard to leave a top quality goalie like De Gea stranded.

In the January transfer window, United splashed the cash to lure a creative central attacking midfielder in the form of Bruno Fernandes (winter transfer window). In your view, should they spend £60million to sign Jack Grealish in the summer transfer window?

2 Comments

  1. Yeah, Tottenham thought they had him in the bag, too.

    Jack loves Villa and grew up supporting Villa. If Aston Villa stay up, Jack will stay and attempt to get them in the top six with the help of Villa’s billionaire owners.

    The only way United get him is if Villa go down (obviously a very real possibility). Otherwise, don’t believe this nonsense. Villa aren’t a selling club anymore.

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