Speculation around the Villa captain’s future rages on, with talkSPORT saying a deal to take Grealish to Manchester City is ‘as good as it gets’.
Manchester City are silent as rumors from Villa Park suggest owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens will stand firm against any approach for their team’s talisman.
BirminghamLive has been informed that there has not yet been an offer or talks between the two clubs and that no City player is reportedly involved in a potential deal for Grealish.
Indeed, Villa remains hopeful of binding the 25-year-old to an exceptional new contract which has been offered in recent days.
However, responding to Jim White’s claims, Jordan had his say: “The days when Matt Le Tissier stayed at a football club for the duration of his career are probably over,” said former Crystal Palace owner. at talkSPORT.
“There is an argument to be made that Jack Grealish deserved the right to move.
“It’s not hard to justify going to the best club in English football and maybe soon to be the best club in European football. “
Grealish has gone through the system at Villa, is a fan of Villa and has repeatedly remained loyal to the club
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He stayed after relegation to help Dean Smith bring them back and he rejected Manchester United’s last summer openings by signing a new deal.
But White insists it’s a done deal: “According to talkSPORT sources, Jack Grealish in Man City is almost done.
“Villa hasn’t confirmed it, there’s no confirmation from Man City, but talkSPORT sources tell me it’s almost over.
“The fee will be £ 100million and Jack Grealish will join Manchester City.
“I got the news just as I got on the air, it’s very close to the end, it’s very close to being done. “