A number of weeks in the past Jack Grealish to Manchester City was reportedly an all-but completed deal, now the transfer could not occur.
It’s understood Pep Guardiola is a big fan of the Aston Villa captain, who endeared himself to England followers throughout Euro 2020 this summer time.
Grealish was tipped to affix the Premier League champions in a £100million deal, however talkSPORT understands he’s ‘having second ideas’ in regards to the transfer.
That is based on switch skilled Alex Criminal, who revealed on Drive that he’d obtained a textual content from somebody near Grealish’s camp that the participant was having doubts.
Criminal added that Grealish may signal a brand new deal this summer time regardless of the very fact his present contract – signed final 12 months – expires in 2025.
The midfielder, now 25, has been related to the Villans since he was six and has been their star participant for the final couple of seasons.
He was linked with the likes of Manchester United, however City gave the impression to be greater than frontrunners to signal him, till now.
Grealish promoted Villa’s new package, which was launched earlier this week, and provided hope to followers that he may keep as he declared his love for the membership.
“Everybody is aware of what claret and blue means to me,” commented the England midfielder.
“I’ve been a Villa boy all my life, and I like enjoying for this membership.”
City are additionally regarded as after Grealish’s Three Lions teammate Harry Kane, which might make them a reasonably scary prospect.
Nonetheless, new Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo issued a defiant message to any events.
“Harry is our participant, interval,” Nuno stated in his first press convention as Spurs boss. “No want to speak about the rest.
“Now could be the second for Harry to get better his power, to relaxation. When he comes once more we may have time to talk.
“We may have good conversations, however now’s the second for Harry to relaxation and to organize for what’s coming, and I’m trying ahead to him becoming a member of the group and begin working collectively.”