£80 million rated Grealish warned ahead of possible Manchester United move
Manchester United target Jack Grealish has been warned he’ll only be moving to Old Trafford to play second fiddle to the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba.
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.
Now, amid the speculation that Manchester United are ready to open the cheque book, Eric Djemba-Djemba has warned the Aston Villa star he may have to settle for being a substitute because of Fernandes and Paul Pogba’s excellent form.
He told BettingApps.com: “I think that Fernandes and Pogba are both a lot better than him, so he would be joining as a substitute.
“He would struggle to start over (Marcus) Rashford, (Anthony) Martial or (Mason) Greenwood as well, but he would definitely be a good signing.
“I think that it’s more important to bring in a world class striker though.”
IF the Manchester giants could get him for around the £50 million mark, that would be a very good investment, anymore than that and they would be taking a huge risk.
And he has the talent to go on and challenge the likes of Pogba and Fernandes in that midfield, so even though he may have to fight, he could be a very special player for the club.