Legend Robson has urged Manchester United to sign £60 million Grealish, heres why


Manchester United legend Bryan Robson has urged his former side to sign Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish.

There has been alot of speculation in the media about the future of Grealish, who has become one of the most creative players in the Premier League over the past 12 months, and is attracting interest from all the Leagues biggest clubs.

United are one of those clubs that have been keeping an eye on the Englishman, and they have constantly been rumoured to be eyeing up a move at the end of the current season, and as the speculation flies around the world again, Robson has urged the club to get Grealish all signed up

“It was a good decision giving him the [Aston Villa] captaincy. I think it’s made him a bit more mature,” Robson told Goal.

“He’s a powerful player. He’s quite a strong boy, and he’s quick and the way he can sort of go either way past people he’s always going to be a danger, and that’s why he gets so many free-kicks.

“I wouldn’t mind seeing Jack Grealish in a Manchester United shirt.

“But I don’t know whether the staff at Old Trafford fancy him, as much as you’d like to see him playing for your club.

“Him and Villa have been terrific this season. He’s been linked with us but those decisions, thank goodness, are with Ole and the board of directors.”

Grealish is certainly a player that is ready to make that step up to that next level, so if United were able to get a deal done for the midfielder, they would be getting a player that would add between 10-15 goals to that attack.

But he has to signed for the right money

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