Manchester United faces “huge problem” if they complete Jack Grealish’s transfer – Reports


Manchester United could face a “huge problem” if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lands Jack Grealish this summer.

Aston Villa captain Grealish has been strongly linked to a move to United and reports that Solskjaer could spend up to £ 70 million in the midfield.

United had hoped to discharge Paul Pogba to make room for Grealish in the ranks of Solskjaer – but that decision in no way depends on the Frenchman who won the World Cup.

United would likely earn more for Pogba – who would have an interest in Juventus and Real Madrid – than what it would take to spend on Grealish.

However, reports now suggest that Pogba could stay at Old Trafford – and The Express claims that this would pose a “huge problem” to Solskjaer.

The Norwegian would then be forced to integrate Pogba, the Grealish and the Portuguese Bruno Fernandes in his starting lineup.

The report said: “Pogba seems to be the guy of the fall, especially considering United’s best performance this season without him. But keeping it on the bench could do more harm than good.

“Pogba is a popular figure in the United locker room, despite his desire to leave Old Trafford for a new challenge elsewhere.

“United’s best hope for getting Grealish and getting the most out of him is to let Pogba go. If they end up with him and also sign the Villa star, it could all end in tears. “

For now, Grealish is only focused on keeping Villa in the Premier League. If the season resumes, Dean Smith’s team has 10 games to seal the high-flying survival.

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