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Jack Grealish, one step away from Manchester City for a Premier League record

The 'skyblue' team has made a record offer in the Premier League for the English attacker and the deal is close to being closed.

Jack Grealish
Jack Grealish

Manchester City has been tightening the fence for several weeks regarding the signing of Jack Grealish and, at first, there was talk that they could pay almost 100 million euros to Aston Villa to get their services in this transfer market. Without a doubt, he is one of the most anticipated movements in the transfer market, as he is one of the best players in the Premier League last season and one of the most talented players in the competition.

In addition, Josep Guardiola is already awaiting the arrival of the English footballer next week and is waiting for his club to reach an agreement with Aston Villa to take over his contract. The footballer is one of the Catalan coach's requests, he wants to boost his attack with the arrival of this talented footballer who has been leaving such a good performance in Villa Park in recent seasons. Guardiola's intention is for Grealish to even participate in the Community Shield next Saturday, August 7.

Well, in the last hours The Telegraph has advanced that the whole citizen has raised the offer to 117 million euros, or what is the same, 100 million pounds. In this way, if Grealish ends up wearing the Manchester City jersey for this price, it will become the most expensive transfer in the history of the Premier League.

So far the record is held by Paul Pogba and Manchester United, who paid 100 million euros to Juventus (89 million pounds). On the other hand, Aston Villa has offered the renewal by ostensibly increasing his salary, the captain of the villains is being tempted by the champion of the last Premier League. In addition to Harry Kane, for whom he has been negotiating with Tottenham for several weeks, Guardiola's team wants to reinforce themselves with the talent of the English midfielder.

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