Arsenal are reportedly concerned about signing Jack Grealish from Aston Villa this summer time.
Grealish is in excessive demand however Villa are reluctant to lose their star man and are thought to need no less than £80million.
The midfielder scored on the ultimate day of the Premier League season to assist hold his boyhood membership within the high flight only a yr after the had been promoted by way of the Championship play-offs.
Sky Sports activities declare the Gunners have ‘registered their curiosity’ in Grealish however haven’t adopted up that enquiry.
Arsenal’s price range is unlikely to have the ability to stretch to the present asking worth for the 24-year-old.
Their failure to qualify for subsequent season’s Champions League may even have dented their funds.
A number of groups are considered prepared to pay between £50million and £60million for the midfielder however Villa are holding out for round £80million.
United have been closely linked with Grealish however a deal appears unlikely owing to extra urgent wants.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to signal Jadon Sancho and a central defender this summer time whereas the membership have additionally been linked with a brand new striker.
Villa will do all they will to maintain Grealish, who has three years left on his contract, on the membership.
Supervisor Dean Smith even joked about getting his star participant drunk so he might signal a brand new deal.
“I gave him a number of pictures final evening and bought him to signal a brand new five-year contract,” he stated on talkSPORT Breakfast.
“It’s not been finished but… it was written in Sambuca, I’m undecided if it was mine or his!
“It was a heavy evening, I’m undecided what time I bought to mattress, however I slept in my workplace again on the coaching floor. I did an Eddie Jones and slipped off so the lads didn’t see me go!
“However no, significantly, that’s a chat for an additional day.
“Jack’s an exquisite lad and I’ve bought on a regular basis on the planet for him and I’m so happy that he scored the purpose that saved us within the Premier League yesterday.”