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Jack Grealish ‘agrees terms’ with Man United

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Jack Grealish has already approved of a switch to Manchester United in the summer.

Manchester United recently signed Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon for a fee of €55 million in January.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suggested earlier that the club were in a rebuilding phase. After parting ways with many of the players including Romelu Lukaku, Chris Smalling, and Alexis Sanchez, Solskjaer said that he was trying to build Man United on a new foundation.

And, as it appears, the Norwegian’s plan is already in motion.

According to Goal, Man United are ready to complete Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish’s move in the summer. Grealish, who pockets close to €120,000 per week, will also get a significant pay rise after his switch to Old Trafford. As we reported earlier, Grealish is also adamant to quit his boyhood club at the end of the season.

The 24-year old has contributed directly to 12 Premier League goals for his side this season. He has also been one of the key players so far as Aston Villa look to avoid relegation this season.

Jack Grealish, paired with Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba, would be a massive addition in the Manchester United midfield. And, if reports turn out to be true, the Red Devils can hope to fight for the title sooner than expected.