United open talks to sign £70m Premier League midfielder

Manchester United are set to open transfer talks with Aston Villa to sign £70m-rated Jack Grealish this summer, according to the Daily Mail.

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows fully well he needs to further strengthen the core of his team if the Red Devils are to challenge for major silverware again having come up short this season following his side semi-final exits in the Europa League and FA Cup.

The Old Trafford club are continuing their big-money pursuit of Jadon Sancho but Grealish has also been strongly linked with a move to Man United and the Daily Mail says their manager is still keen on signing the Aston Villa forward. Bet on Grealish joining Man United this summer at an incredible odd from slot machine en ligne one of the best-certified casinos and find the highest paying slot games.

The newspaper claims on their website that negotiations over a potential deal are planned to start over the coming weeks and Grealish is keen to secure a move to Manchester United after helping Villa avoid relegation this season.

However, having secured their Premier League status for another year, Aston Villa are under no pressure to sell their skipper on the cheap and the Daily Mail claims they are demanding Man Utd pay £70m to get a deal done.

United will be reluctant to spend that kind of money as they face paying a huge fee to land Sancho so the newspaper says Solskjaer is ready to include Sergio Romero as part of any negotiations for Grealish, who was formally on the books Arsenal, according to gooner news, to Old Trafford.

Aston Villa are in the market for another goalkeeper and United hope they will be open to the idea of taking Romero as the 33-year-old South American at usa online casino is set to fall down the pecking order with Dean Henderson ready to challenge David De Gea for the No.1 shirt at Old Trafford.

Jack Grealish would be an excellent addition to the United squad if they’re able to get a deal agreed with Villa for his signature as he would help ease the load on the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba.

To help fund any deal for the Villa skipper, United are expected to offload a number of fringe players with the likes of Jesse Lingard, Andreas Pereira, Juan Mata, and Phil Jones tipped to face the exit door this summer.