£60 million rated Grealish’s agent opens up and responds to Manchester United transfer rumours

Jack Grealish’s agent Jonathan Barnett has responded to rumours linking the Aston Villa star with a move to Manchester United.

Grealish has become one of the most talks about football players over the last few months, as his performances for Villa this season has led to alot of speculation that all the big clubs are lining up a summer move.

Manchester United know that they need to improve in some areas of the pitch, they need to spend some serious money to add a big more excitement to the side, a bit more creativity, a bit more star quality to the side.

Villa look destined for relegation at the moment, having slipped four points adrift of safety with only five fixtures left to play, and It has been suggested that United will snap up Grealish if Villa fail to avoid the drop.

However, but Barnett insists his client is not yet thinking about his future.

Asked if the midfielder is closing in on a big-money transfer away from Villa Park, his agent told Stretty News: “Absolutely no deal has been done with anybody.

“I don’t think they’re [Aston Villa] looking at the Championship themselves, they believe that, hopefully, they’ll get out of the trouble they’re in.

“Jack believes it, he’s fighting hard, as hard as he can to stop that. That’s all that is on his mind at the moment.

“He’s not interested in anything else other than fighting to get Aston Villa out of any trouble.”

If Villa do get the drop or even if they do not, the best thing for Grealish to do is still leave the club as staying will only hinder his development. But with all the quality that Manchester United now have in midfield, would he be a good signing for the club?

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