It is believed that the English Premier League club, Man United have already agreed on a deal with Ajax player Donny van de Beek but they may not be stopping at that as they are reported to have opened talks with another midfielder.
The Mail claims that the Red Devils have now opened talks with Aston Villa for the signature of their long-term target Jack Grealish with the fee as the major point to be talked about.
Aston Villa are requesting a fee of £70 million for their captain which Man United will not be able to pay but they are confident that they will strike a deal before the end of the day.
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An option for the Red Devils is to involve a player plus cash in their negotiation and that is already being talked about between both clubs with their decision expected to be known in the coming days.
The Red Devils can boast of Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba in the midfield but manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seeks another option to be able to create competition amongst the players.
United are yet to seal any signing this summer window but there is no doubt that something will be done in the coming weeks.