Another day, another report linking Manchester United with Aston Villa star Jack Grealish.
Few days back, Manchester Evening News reported that the Red Devils have stepped up their interest to secure the signing of the English attacking midfielder in the summer transfer window.
Yesterday, The Sun covered an exclusive report and claimed that Man Utd are ready to offer terms worth £150,000-a-week to sign the 24-year-old, who is only getting £50,000-a-week at the moment.
The British outlet have mentioned that the 20-time English champions are prepared to pay a fee of £60million to get his signing done. The question is, would £60million be enough to lure him?
Last month, The Athletic reported that Solskajer is determined to sign the playmaker, who is valued at around £80million.
Grealish has been in top form for Villa in the current campaign but unfortunately, the Birmingham based club are in trouble and need to step up big time to avoid relegation.
It will be fair to say that the skipper, who is the top goalscorer and assist provider for Villa this term, is Dean Smith’s best hope of keeping the team in the top flight.
Man United are in a decent position to qualify for the next season’s Champions League and they really need to improve the squad to challenge the best of teams next season.
The versatile attacker can play in multiple offensive positions and has the quality to strengthen Solskjaer’s attack. In your view, should Man Utd splash the cash to sign Jack Grealish, who scored a wonder goal at Old Trafford, in the summer transfer window?