City make £100m Jack Grealish Offer
It's the one we've been waiting for but Manchester City have finally tabled an offer for their number one summer target, Jack Grealish.
City were told by Aston Villa that they would have to reach £100 million if they were to sign the talented attacker, breaking the British transfer record in the process.
The Telegraph's John Percy first reported that the champions had made their first offer Friday before MEN's Stuart Brennan confirmed it. Fabrizio Romano also said that the two clubs were in direct contact over Grealish.
City have made their first move as they try to sign Jack Grealish, their number one summer target (Image Credit: Richard Heathcote/POOL/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)
It's no secret that Villa want to keep their star man and why would they hide that? They have offered him a lucrative new contract in order to persuade him to stay in the Midlands.
According to multiple media outlets, Grealish is torn between sticking with the project his current club is building or moving to Manchester where he can join up with his England teammates, idol Kevin De Bruyne and increase his chances of winning the biggest titles.
The 25-year-old is currently on holiday following a summer at Euro 2020 with England but is due back in training on Monday where it is suspected he will have his decision.
City, Villa and the players entourage have refused to comment on the matter.
Written by Ben/@jonesbennn