Jack Grealish continues to be linked with Manchester United and we have another story for the Old Trafford faithful.
Earlier this month, The Sun covered an exclusive report and claimed that the Red Devils are prepared to pay a fee of £60million to sign the Aston Villa star by offering him wages worth £150,000-a-week.
More recently, The Star have revealed that Man Utd ready a move worth £70million to sign the playmaker, who could earn around £180,000-a-week if he ends up joining Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.
The English attacking midfielder has been Villa’s best player in the current campaign. The skipper has so far scored 9 goals (top scorer) and provided 8 assists (top creator) in all competitions for the Birmingham based club.
The 24-year-old star has not been selected for the senior international England team as yet but it will not come as any surprise to see him get his first cap for the Three Lions soon.
Recently, Aston Villa manager, Dean Smith, claimed that Grealish and Leicester City playmaker James Maddison can play together for England under the management of Gareth Southgate (Sky Sports).
As far as Man Utd are concerned, we have not replaced Sanchez and Lukaku as yet, furthermore, we have not strengthened our midfield in the past few transfer windows.
In such a scenario, a versatile talent like Jack Grealish would largely improve the squad. The former Irish attacker can play anywhere in the attacking third and even in the central midfield if needed. In your view, should Solskjaer splash £70million to sign him?