MANCHESTER UNITED could reportedly rekindle their interest in Jack Grealish next summer.
The Manchester Evening News claims Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may go back in for the Aston Villa star should he part ways with either Paul Pogba or Juan Mata at the end of the season.
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The Red Devils were eager to land England international Grealish over the summer.
And they even held talks with Aston Villa over a potential £75million deal for the 25-year-old attacking midfielder.
But United’s top target was always Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho.
And Grealish eventually pledged his future to Villa by penning a new long-term contract worth £110,000-a-week in September.
However, the bookies have already installed United as favourites ahead of Arsenal to sign Grealish next year.
And with Mata and Pogba nearing the end of their Old Trafford deals, United could be in the market for a new playmaker.
Indeed, Grealish’s form this term makes him one of England’s top attackers.
He has four goals and five assists in just seven Premier League games.
Grealish has quickly formed a strong bond with new Villa arrivals Ollie Watkins and Ross Barkley.
And Dean Smith’s men sit sixth in the table having already taken down Arsenal and champions Liverpool, who were thrashed 3-0 and 7-2 respectively.
It now remains to be seen if United, or any other elite side, are prepared to meet Villa’s asking price come the end of the season, with last summer’s £75m valuation sure to increase significantly.
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