Manchester City fans have been reacting to a post on Twitter which relays a report to another update on the club’s transfer target Jack Grealish.
The Villa skipper is one of the players Manchester City are considering buying this summer as they aim to defend the Premier League title and also impress again in Europe next season.
Reports over the course of the past month have suggested that the Villa midfielder has been attracting significant levels of interest from City ahead of a possible big-money move this coming summer.
The Athletic earlier this week report Guardiola had identified Jack Grealish as his transfer targets but according to Birmingham live today, Grealish is not for sale and won’t be going anywhere this summer.
It’s simply not on the agenda with Aston Villa co-owner Wes Edens and Nassef Sawiris wanting to build around their star man once more as Villa look to gatecrash the European places, the report adds.
The report claims that While Pep Guardiola has spoke of his admiration of Grealish before, there is nothing more in it. Manchester City’s priority this summer is to buy a striker and, as it stands, Grealish will be at Villa Park.
In reaction to the report shared on Twitter by City Xtra, many Man City fans have been expressing their thoughts and opinions.
Good, we dont need him a striker is all thats needed— Maximilian (@Maximil93130427) June 1, 2021
Kane it is then— Jack 🏴 (@jxck_williams2) June 1, 2021
imagine that’s the reason we want roberto— george 🇧🇼 (@JG2847) June 1, 2021
We don’t need him?!?! Why u fans mad. We need to fill gaps in the team and not create gaps— champions of eur- England 💔 (@mancityhoIic) June 1, 2021
To those saying ‘we don’t need him’….— RyanD (@D2588Ryan) June 1, 2021
Could you, just for a moment, imagine Foden, Grealish, KDB & a new ST (Kane perhaps?) in the SAME team! Not mention adding the likes of Mahrez, Torres, Silva, Gundo, Sterling or Jesus etc into that line up. It would be madness.
He was a luxury buy let’s focus on kane a midfielder and a lb— Jango (@JangoMangoMCFC) June 1, 2021