Ranking the five favourites to sign Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish

Tanya Simon
July 31, 2020

Aston Villa will reportedly keep their stance on only selling Grealish for £80million since he is their best player and they are now not desperate for money since they remained in the Premier League after getting some important points at the end of the season including a win over Arteta's men at Villa Park.

Villa have made it clear that Grealish is not for sale and they would not be tempted to sell for anything under £80m.

Arsenal have registered an interest in Aston Villa star Jack Grealish, but have not followed it up, according to Sky Sports News.

According to the same story, Aston Villa have set their asking price for Grealish at £80m after the attacking midfielder's influential performances to help secure the club's top-flight status. Many feel the current first-choice triumvirate of Jordan Henderson, Fabinho, and Gini Wijnaldum is too workmanlike and would like to see more goals and creativity added to the Reds midfield options.

A product of the Villa youth academy, Grealish has grown into one of the top talents in English football over the years.

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However, at £80 million, a deal looks highly unlikely. They do not need to fill that void.

The north London side have won the FA Cup more times than any other club.

The 24-year-old scored 10 goals and provided a further 8 assists in his 41 appearances for a poor Villa side and it seems his excellent form has impressed Solskjaer as the Metro says United are ready to press ahead with their interest after securing Champions League qualification.

Once again - and sorry if we sound boring here - it's hard to see this happening unless Villa reduce their valuation, but that's not saying we wouldn't love to see Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang moving into a central role and Grealish supplying the bullets for the Gabonese hitman from a role on the left of the Gunners attack.

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