Jack Grealish will tell Aston Villa officials not to stand in the way of a summer move to Manchester United this transfer window if the right proposal comes in for him.Grealish will hold crunch discussions with Villa chief executive Christian Purslow when he returns from holiday, with Jack’s future currently in the air.Villa owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens have slapped an £80 million price tag on his head, which may put both the Red Devils and Manchester City – who are also touted with an interest – off.
The 20-times English champions remain interested and could move for Jack and the 24-year-old star wants assurances from his club that interest in him will not be dismissed out of hand.
Grealish has three years left on a £65,000 per week contract with his boyhood club and would have been almost guaranteed of a cut-price transfer if Villa were relegated.
But Grealish played a crucial role in keeping them up – scoring on the final day of the campaign against West Ham to ensure their survival – and he does not want to be a victim of his own success, according to the Mirror.
The Englishman could see his wages nearly tripled to £200,000 per week if he does get the move he craves.Meantime, Lille star Gabriel Magalhaes is reportedly nearing a final decision on his future amid links with Manchester United and Arsenal.After impressing for the French side on both the domestic and European scene last campaign, the centre-half is expected to move to a bigger club during the summer transfer market.A wide range of sides have been linked with the 22-year-old, including the Red Devils, the Gunners, Everton and Napoli.According to L’Equipe, the South American is expect to make a final call on his next club within the next four days.