is grealish that good? I thought he was just the lone premier league level player on that Villa team and stood out for that reason. Also kinda wonder why ManU want him, but saw Villa offered him 100k per week so maybe the fan stays with the club he's always rooted foryeah, I'm like 94% sure the Sancho deal is done, just last minute bs between the clubs. Sancho wants to go, United have contract all done, Dortmund just squabbling over the final fees. Covid not helping matters much as well.
Grealish has already told Villa he wants to go to United as well. I'm kinda torn on this one because although he is a highly talented, I can't stand his rolled down socks. Plus, imagine a team with Grealish, Fernandes, James and Sancho. Going to be fucking olympic diving team out there. United just set the record for most pk's in the premier league, and Sancho drew 10 by himself last year I believe.
Also, United's record with Matic in the starting squad was very good and he was dealing with knocks most of the season. He just turned 32 and I mean in the position he plays, could see another 2-3 years out of him especially if you get a few guys like Fernandes and Grealish willing to work all over the pitch (Pogba not that man).
That begs the question as to what to do with Pogba, and frankly I'm not sure. I'd probably sell him (again). I mean the guy is pure fucking talent, but seems to play at half - 3/4 pace. And don't even get me started to his effort if brought on as a sub, pure shit.
Dean Henderson also has told United to piss or get off the pot with him which leads to another situation and frankly I'd sell DeGea straight away. DeGea is still world class, but ffs, he is a total prima donna these days and has given up a few howlers of late. Sell him and Pogba to add to the coffers.
Gonna need another full back cause Shaw is never going to give you a full season and AWB cannot play every fucking minute of every game. And lots of United fans begging for a CB but I think they can make due with what they've got or bring in a veteran for a year to play some minutes. Smalling's been lights out in Serie A, as has Sanchez of late, Lukaku, even fucking Ashley Young's been scoring this year, I swear as soon as guys leave the pressure of OT they shine (DiMaria's been pretty good at PSG the last 18 months or so too).
Grealish is decent and still youngish. He is also English and marketable so he has obvious appeal. Is he world class? No, but he would be a step up from what they currently have behind their starters. It's also a bit tough to judge him because he was one of only 2 or 3 players on Villa that were top quality (Mings and McGinn) and tbh, there's something to be said for a guy that was able to keep their side up with a lack of quality all around. Surround a decent player with better players and sometimes they shine even brighter. Again, I'm not a big fan, and he is a bit of a diving cunt, but there are not many available play making midfielders with a high work rate in their prime out there. No Hazards falling out of trees. I'm fine if United pass on him, but it's a need.is grealish that good? I thought he was just the lone premier league level player on that Villa team and stood out for that reason. Also kinda wonder why ManU want him, but saw Villa offered him 100k per week so maybe the fan stays with the club he's always rooted for
Also, who is paying anything but a steep discount for Pogba or de Gea?
Everybody scored after the re-start in Serie A, not sure how impressive that is
I can't answer that, but Wayne Rooney left his boyhood club with a massive contract offered him for a chance to play at Old Trafford. Grealish has flat out told Villa he wants to go there.why would grealish leave captaincy of his boyhood club to be a bench player when Villa offered him 100k per week
Him going to united would be a huge mistakewhy would grealish leave captaincy of his boyhood club to be a bench player when Villa offered him 100k per week