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Manchester City to sign Jack Grealish directly

The Premier League toppers Manchester City have decided to contact Aston Villa in order to sign Jack Grealish. 

The 25-year-old midfielder is one of the main transfers for the champions in this summer transfer window. Manchester City are offering Gralish a deal  of £75m plus add-ons. 

According to the Italian journalist, Fabrizio Romano, Citizens are in direct negotiations with Villa. The deal is expected to happen anytime soon in the coming days. 

Romano claims that Dean Smith’s team have already offered a new and improved contract to Jack Grealish. They are hoping that he stays in Villa and should cancel Citizens’ offer. 

The English football striker has featured on five occasions in this year’s Euro 2020. Grealish helped his side in the games against Czech Republic and Germany by assisting 2 goals for his national team. 

Will Jack Grealish come to Manchester City or not?

Grealish has enjoyed an impressive 2020/21 season with Aston Villa despite some injury issues. He made 27 appearances for the club in all competitions last year. The Villains skipper has scored 7 goals and has 12 assists to his name in 27 matches. 

The versatile attacker is yet to join Aston Villa for the pre-season camp. He has been rested from the exertion of the European Championship for the Three Lions.

In the past, Pep Guardiola has praised Jack Grealish and he admires him. He has also been described as an incredible player in 2019 by the City boss. 

Jack Grealish is an attacking player.  He has some advantages and disadvantages in his game. The English player has good efficiency to control the ball. The midfielder also has good passing and dribbling skills which enhance his play. He also has an excellent pace as well which helps him scoring goals and creating chances for his teammates. 

He has weaknesses too. The main weakness for him is that he is an attacking midfielder and can only play in this position

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