Arsenal want Jack Grealish but will not meet Aston Villa's £80m demand

Arsenal want Jack Grealish but will not meet Aston Villa's £80m demand

Aston Villa are said to be adamant that any buying club must pay their asking price of £80 million for the England hopeful this summer. Arsenal F.C.is now linked to Grealish although questions remain on whether they can afford him.

Grealish's performances have attracted serious interest from Manchester United. Given the current financial situation of Premier League clubs, Man Utd.is forced to choose between the two.

As well as Sancho and Grealish, United could sign a defender and striker.

For their part, The Lions are hoping that the hefty fee will turn away suitors for Grealish.

He grew up supporting United as a child, with old posts on his Twitter account showing him to have been a huge fan of the Red Devils.

Sky Sports are claiming that the Gunners have made an enquiry for the Villa Park hero but have not made a significant follow up on that initial contact.

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Part of this is perhaps there are also questions in the air about the available budget that Mikel Arteta has at his disposal.

Jack Grealish was very influential in Aston Villa getting promoted to the Premier League in 2049 and he might be the reason why they made a narrow escape in the recently ended 2019/20 campaign as he scored eight league goals as well as making six assists to help them avoid relegation.

Villa will do all they can to keep Grealish, who has three years left on his contract, at the club.

Grealish remains unsure of his future and could be open to a move. "That's all I'm thinking about at the moment and hopefully we can do that on Sunday".

As reported by Sportsmail this week, Villa's strong valuation of their captain also appears to have deterred Manchester United, who are set to turn their attention elsewhere.

Arsenal have joined the race to sign Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish by expressing a serious interest, though are unwilling to meet the £80million valuation of the Midlands club.

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