Man Utd to be impacted by Man City’s Erling Haaland and Jack Grealish dilemma
Manchester United are believed to be keeping a close eye on transfer goings on across the city this summer.
Rivals Manchester City in Erling Haaland and Jack Grealish though are reportedly wary of the amount that those deals would cost.
Haaland is believed to be a priority for Pep Guardiola with Sergio Aguero leaving this summer, though Aston Villa star Grealish is also wanted.
Both players have also been linked with a move to Manchester United with the summer transfer window set to be a busy one.
Though the Telegraph claim United are reluctant to become embroiled in an auction for Borussia Dortmund star Haaland.
The Telegraph add that City know they will have to spend more than their £65m transfer record to sign Haaland, and financing another move for Grealish could be tough.
That may leave the door open for United, who have often been linked with a move for the England midfielder.
Though Grealish will not come cheap for any prospective buyer, with Villa’s billionaire owners having no obligation to sell.
The Villa Park outfit value Grealish at around £100m, and his stock could grow should he make Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the Euros this coming summer.
Former Chelsea star and current pundit Joe Cole believes Grealish needs to leave Aston Villa, saying: "I’ve been in that team where you are the player people look to, when I was younger at West Ham.
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"I got itchy feet at a certain age – I wasn’t developing as a player because I was trying to do things I wasn’t good at, trying to do everything.
"At times with Jack (it is the same, although) he has cracked it a little bit this year with better players around him.
"When he goes to a bigger club – which he needs to – he will go onto the next level."
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