Solskjaer told he needs to bring £80 million midfielder Grealish to Manchester United in January
Garth Crooks has claimed Manchester United need to sign Jack Grealish to replace their ordinary players at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was linked with a whole load of players during the summer transfer window in order to help improve his side enough to get back challenging for that Premier League title, but he failed to get the business done that he needed.
However, there is talk in the media that Solskjaer is readying some moves in the January window in order to get back in the hunt for that Champions League spot, with some reports that they are interested in Grealish.
Grealish has carried on his great form for Aston Villa this season with some stunning performances in the Premier League which has seen him become one of the most impressive midfielders in the English game, with a while host of clubs reportedly interested in a possible deal.
And Crooks believes Grealish is someone Solskjaer and the Manchester United hierarchy should be targeting in order to return to club to their former glories.
He wrote in his BBC Sport column: ‘After the attention paid to Jack Grealish by Manchester United, I think he is entitled to danger money!
‘I can’t remember when a team have inflicted so many tackles on a single player. I suppose Grealish should take that as a compliment.
‘The Aston Villa captain scored a wonderful goal, had a fabulous game at Old Trafford and is precisely the sort of player United need to bolster their prospects.
‘United fans are having to watch too many ordinary players while they are being asked to pay Champions League prices.’
United are one of the best and biggest clubs in the game right now, and they should have players that every side in the Premier League want. So even though Grealish has been impressive this season, can he come in and make a real impact on this United midfield?
United need world class players and they should focus on that rather than youngsters that have a very bright future in the game.
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