In a Man City and Arsenal transfer boost, Jack Grealish is expected to force Aston Villa out.


In a Man City and Arsenal transfer boost, Jack Grealish is expected to force Aston Villa out.

Before the start of the new Premier League season, Aston Villa player Jack Grealish must make a crucial choice about his future.

As the uncertainty surrounding Jack Grealish’s future intensifies, he has been promised that nothing will stop him from completing a big-money move away from Aston Villa this summer. The 25-year-old midfielder is in high demand, with Manchester City and Arsenal showing interest in him throughout the transfer window.

Grealish, along with Harry Kane, is thought to be one of City’s top two targets, with a valuation of approximately £100 million.

It remains to be seen whether Villa’s star player would choose to stay at his boyhood club or look for a new challenge ahead of the new season.

Danny Murphy, a former Liverpool and England midfielder, has warned that such an opportunity may not arise again for Grealish, adding that the gifted midfielder must be “proactive” if he wants to push a move.

On talkSPORT, Murphy added, “Jack can do whatever he wants.”

“He can knock on the door and say, ‘I want to win trophies and play in the Champions League right now.’

“He is hot property right now, he is at the pinnacle of his powers, and the problem is that it is very difficult to take a longer-term view as a player in football.

“You generally get advised with a continuous message, which is to take what you can when you can because you never know if you could injure your knee, have a downturn in form, and suddenly Jack Grealish isn’t worth 90 or 100 million,” Murphy added.

“He might not get another Man City opportunity, so Jack doesn’t have to wait if he wants to transfer; he just has to be proactive.”

Grealish re-signed with Villa in September as Dean Smith’s team tried to fight off interest from other clubs.

Despite only recently extended his contract until 2025, the Telegraph reports that Villa are willing to grant the England international a another one-year extension, bringing his weekly income above £150,000.

Man City are still regarded the favourites to sign Grealish, and Villa fans are all too familiar with the pain of losing a club captain. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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