Grealish purchase will be the end of Sterling and Bernardo

Grealish purchase will be the end of Sterling and Bernardo

Manchester City want to purchase Jack Grealish from Aston Villa showing the door either Bernardo Silva or Raheem Sterling.

Grealish has been on Manchester City's radar for a long time. Pep Guardiola highly appreciates the capabilities of the player, who scored 7 goals and made 12 assists in the Premier League last season. But the reason for the long negotiations was the price for the playmaker. Aston Villa want to sell Jack for  100 million GBP!

Sky Sports wrote that such an offer from Manchester City came. It will automatically make Grealish the most expensive transfer in the Premier League, beating Paul Pogba, who came to Manchester United for 89 million GBP. Previously, the Lions offered the guy a new contract with a salary of 150 thousand pounds a week, but Jack has already agreed on the terms of a personal agreement with Man City.

The Telegraph writes that Grealish will replace Bernardo Silva. Although the Portuguese had a brilliant last season in England, the Cityzens are ready to exchange him for a player with his passport. The fate of leaving may overtake Raheem Sterling. Winger is constantly adding, but half the world laughs at his realization and diving will be remembered for several more decades. For the sake of truth, it should be noted that no one is better than Raheem moving the ball on the wings in England and not sharpening it near the penalty area.

If you judge critically, then Grealish is not particularly needed for Manchester City. But Guardiola realizes that he needs new blood on the team. The local guys are already full of domestic trophies and it is impossible to keep them constantly in good shape with the hope of winning the Champions League. In addition, no matter how innovative and tactical Pep is, he needs more paint to create a new masterpiece. Is it worth 100 million GBP? This is another question. As for us, it was possible to find someone cheaper, but an English passport and experience in the Premier League make the difference.