Arsenal, United told Grealish cost; Butland move

Manchester United, Arsenal and Leicester have realize what it would cost to prise Jack Grealish from Aston Villa, while Chelsea know the man they need to succeed Thibaut Courtois, as indicated by Saturday's daily papers. 


Aston Villa have slapped a £40m sticker price on midfield pro Jack Grealish, as per reports in the Daily Star.

The capable 22-year-old is being connected with various Premier League clubs after Villa's inability to anchor advancement back to the best flight was finished by a 1-0 thrashing to Fulham in the play-off last.

Manchester United need Grealish as a potential long haul trade for Juan Mata, while Leicester are likewise supposed to be sharp as they contemplate life after Riyad Mahrez, should the Algerian proceed onward this late spring. Sky Sports likewise guarantees Arsenal are observing advancements around the homegrown Villa man.

Grealish has two years left on his agreement, however the club stays under strain to adjust the books after their overwhelming speculation neglected to anchor an arrival to the Premier League.

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