Date: 27th August 2020 at 10:44am
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Flicking through the multitude of media sources available, it would appear that Manchester United could well be focusing their transfer attentions on Jack Grealish, again.

It was thought that once Aston Villa had retained their Premier League status then 24-year-old Grealish would remain at Villa Park.

But, according to The Daily Mail, Grealish, who did not make Gareth Southgate’s England squad when it was announced on Tuesday, could be tempted into making the move eager to sample life in the Champions League.

As was the case before, Aston Villa would be looking for a fee said to be of the magnitude of £80 million, but a possible way forward could be Manchester United doing a part-exchange plus cash deal.

Our source mentions that Manchester United could off their third-choice keeper, Sergio Romero and the defender Diogo Dalot.

Now whether Aston Villa would find that deal acceptable remains to be seen but sat here in the Vital Manchester United editorial chair, I have to say the deal appeals to me.

But what are your thoughts on the subject matter?

Please feel free to have your say in the comment facility beneath this article.

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3 Replies to “Manchester United Back In The Race For A Talented Attacking Midfielder”

  • Wasting time when other top teams are making signing is what I don’t understand with Manchester United board. You want to challenge for next season and you are not signing. Leave Sancho and sign Grealish, James Rodriguez Van Der Beek

    • Just 1 comment but if man utd don’t sort there shit out and get sancho that’s my finish with them, I’m giving my season ticket away cos they are an absolute joke in transfer market,, in fact they are embarrassing

  • Must be nice for you that the England manager makes sure the price doesn’t get too high for a player you want to buy by not selecting him to the national squad. Might save you £15m by NOT being an England player in this window.

    Mind you, I bet our multi-millionaire owners aren’t happy about it; would you be? #sacksouthgate

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