Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish 'not for sale at any price'

Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish 'not for sale at any price'

Grealish featured in Aston Villa's 3-1 Championship win over Hull City on Monday night, but the England U21 global has been linked with a move to the Premier League ever since the Villans failed to win promotion from the second tier last season, and Villa manager Steve Bruce has gone on record saying that he hopes the Midlands club can keep hold of their sparkling midfielder.

Jack Grealish wants to move to Tottenham Hotspur and has been under the impression a transfer would go through before Thursday's deadline for Premier League signings, according to Sky Sports News.

After a summer of intense speculation, the Premier League club finally made their move for the 22-year-old ace on Tuesday night, though it remains unclear whether their opening offer will be accepted by Villa.

The Mirror adds that Grealish is set to be offered a new contract by Aston Villa, but he will turn the offer down and is now planning to see out the remaining two years of his deal at Villa Park.

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Nevertheless, Grealish does appear to be on his way out of Villa Park, and his appearance in Monday night's 3-1 win over Hull City had the feel of being his last game for the club.

As Tottenham's own interest in other players such as Wilfried Zaha has cooled, they look to have singled out the Villa playmaker as the man who will become their first summer signing.

Pochettino may have to give up on the idea of signing Grealish before tomorrow's deadline, but for a shrewd negotiator like Daniel Levy, Grealish's reported stance may just be music to his ears ahead of the next few windows.

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