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EPL: Man Utd Target Urged To Snub Solskjaer In Favour Of Barcelona Or Juventus

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Jack Grealish

Top Manchester United target Jack Grealish has been told to wait for better placed European clubs at the expense of a move to Old Trafford this summer.

Jack Grealish plays his club football for his boyhood team Aston Villa and he has been immense for the former European champions in the Premier League this season. The Aston Villa Academy graduate has been the shining star for his club in the English top flight this season.

Aston Villa legend Gabriel Agbonlahor told The Sun that Jack Grealish could do better than Manchester United who are keen to sign him at the end of this season.

Grealish is a big transfer target for the Red Devils with newest reports claiming that the player has already agreed to the move this summer. It was also revealed that the former Premier League champions will pay around £70m for him.

The January signing of Bruno Fernandes has not stopped Manchester United from being linked to Jack Grealish who could earn his first callup to the England national team. Bruno Fernandes has made a bright start to his Manchester United career following his transfer last month.

He has scored one goal and added two assists in three league matches.

The arrival of Bruno Fernandes has not stopped the club from pursuing a deal for Jack Grealish especially with the future of Paul Pogba in serious doubt.

Pogba could leave the club this summer especially if he fails to put pen to paper on a new contract. The Frenchman has one year remaining on his Manchester United deal though there’s a clause of an extra year.

On Jack Grealish, Gabriel Agbonlahor stated that the player could walk into any team. He went on to mention the likes of Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona and Italian Serie A side Juventus.

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