Man Utd ‘to go all out’ for Grealish as Aston Villa surrender in transfer battle

Manchester United have made Jack Grealish their top target this summer and will go all out for the Aston Villa star.

Meanwhile, Villa are prepared to admit defeat in their bid to keep hold of their talisman.

It comes after battling so hard to keep the Red Devils at bay last summer.

United made serious moves to try and sign Grealish, only to be knocked back by Dean Smith.

The forward was keen on joining the Old Trafford outfit but a transfer never materialised.

Grealish has gone on to put in a number of stellar performances at Villa Park as his boyhood side go through one of their best seasons in years.

In 22 Premier League appearances, he has scored six and assisted 10 but it his ability to drag Villa back into matches that has wowed scouts.

And in particular, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is desperate to sign the 25-year-old.

According to Todofichajes, United are prepared to make Grealish their top target this summer.

It is understood that a bid of around £70m would be enough to prise him away from Birmingham.

And Villa are prepared to accept the offer, having stopped him from leaving last summer.

With Grealish becoming an England international this season, a move to United would only strengthen his chances of further caps with the Three Lions.

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  • Gareth Southgate would also be intrigued to see how he copes with the added limelight, having had a number of disciplinary matters at Villa.

    The report also states that United are set to initiate contact with the players' agent soon and agree personal terms before speaking to Villa.

    The Red Devils could be ready for a huge splurge in the transfer window.

    As well as Grealish, there are plans afoot to sign Erling Haaland, Jadon Sancho and Ibrahima Konate.

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