Manchester United have made decision to wait till the summer before pursuing a transfer for Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish.
This is according to The Independent whose publication confirmed that the Red Devils were denied when they made an enquiry for the player.
Jack Grealish came through the Aston Villa Academy and has become a key player for his boyhood club over the past few years.
The 24-year-old played a big role in the return of Aston Villa to the Premier League after two years.
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He has been in sensational form for Aston Villa on their return to the top flight and that has led to the interest from Manchester United.
Aston Villa have maintained a ‘no sale’ stance on Jack Grealish amidst the widespread transfer rumours involving him and a move away from Villa Park.
Villa manager Dean Smith has talked about Jack Grealish and those transfer rumours on several occasions.
According to him, Aston Villa are in a very good position and they don’t need to sell their best player.
The Independent claimed that Manchester United will return to Aston Villa for Jack Grealish who is yet to receive an invitation to the England national team setup under manager Gareth Southgate.