” 2 Grealish has rediscovered his best form playing in the Championship Tottenham are leading the race to sign Jack Grealish from Aston Villa, according to reports. Grealish, the 22-year-old playmaker, looks likely to leave Villa Park this summer following the club?s failure to win promotion from the second tier; Villa were defeated by Fulham in the play-off final last month.
Grealish caught the eye in the play-off final, even though Villa were defeated by Fulham Villa value Grealish at around ?40m, according to the Daily Mail, but they may be forced to sell some of their prize assets this summer due to the perilous financial situation they find themselves in. Villa have resolved issues with HMRC over a missed tax payment, but they need to raise cash over the long-term, and owner Dr Tony Xia is considering selling the club.
Mauricio Pochettino, the Tottenham manager, believes Grealish has all the ability needed to fit into his young Spurs team, while Grealish himself favours a move to north London ahead of Leicester City, Everton or West Ham, who are all reported to also be keen on the 22-year-old. ” ” 1 Could Alexandre Lacazette and Antoine Griezmann be playing together in 2018? Atletico Madrid will return for Arsenal and Manchester United target Alexandre Lacazette once their transfer ban is lifted, according to his compatriot Antoine Griezmann.download 1xbet ios
Atletico are not allowed to sign any players during the summer transfer window after breaching FIFA rules regarding the signing of minors. That left the Spanish side’s proposed move for Lacazette in tatters and the forward completely in limbo. However it had been seen as good news for both United and Arsenal, who are keen on landing the pacy striker this season.
But now his fellow Frenchman Griezmann, who is set to stay at Atletico this summer despite heavy interest from across Europe, says his club will go back for Lacazette. Discussing the transfer ban, he told Telefoot: “Yes it is a shame for him, because he would have come. “But in December, we will be knocking on the door again.” “