Mikel Arteta told Arsenal target will cost staggering £130 million to sign in summer

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Jack Grealish will STAY at Aston Villa this summer, the likes of Arsenal have been told as the club will demand £130 million for the midfielder

After a very poor end to the season, Mikel Arteta is hoping to get enough transfer funds in order to sign the right type of players that will help them challenge for that Premier League top four spot

Recent transfer reports have linked Grealish with a big-money move to Arsenal, United and the Premier League champions City, with Pep Guardiola said to be ready to break the British transfer record to sign the £100million-rated ace.

But former skipper and club insider Gabriel Agbonlahor has told talkSPORT Villa will want more than that, closer to £130m for their star man.

“Jack Grealish will stay, is what I’m hearing, and Villa will invest as well,” Agbonlahor said on Friday’s talkSPORT Breakfast.

“Who can afford him? If Aston Villa were going to sell him they’d want over £100m.


Grealish will not push for a move and Villa will not let him leave for that massive asking price, but at the end of the day, if he wants to reach that next level in the game, he should push for a move.

Arsenal are a club that would be a great move for the man and the perfect step up to that next level, but even they wont pay £100-130 million for the midfielder, despite the quality that he possesess.

It will be interesting to see where he ends up if he does leave the club, but we would be shocked to see him at Chelsea next season.


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