Man United want Jack Grealish Aston Villa
Jack Grealish playing for Aston Villa

Manchester United transfer target Jack Grealish is the only non-Liverpool and non-Man City player who has made it to Jamie Carragher’s team of the season.

The football pundit recently named his team of the season on Sky Sports and while explaining his decision the former Liverpool man showered praises on the Aston Villa captain.

Carragher told Sky Sports: “I went for a 4-3-3 because if you look at Man City and Liverpool, they are the two top teams now and that’s the system they play.

“On the other side of Henderson, I went for Jack Grealish. He’s been as influential as any player in those bottom 10 teams for their team. I know at the moment Aston Villa are in the bottom three, but I dread to think where Villa would be without him.

“You do not watch every game every team play, but whenever I watch Aston Villa, he’s always the best player, and he always provides something or a moment in the game where you think: “That’s class.”

“The best way to describe him is that it almost feels like every time Grealish gets the ball, the game stops.

“It’s like everyone is waiting to see what he’s going to do, like he’s got time on the ball.

“Who knows how the season is going to end up and whether Villa go down or not, but there’s no doubt he’s got the quality to play for one of the top clubs in the Premier League or Europe.”

Will Jack Grealish be perfect for Man United?

Man United have already brought in Bruno Fernandes to the squad this season and most pundits believe that if they can get their hands on Jack Grealish in the summer then they will surely be a force to reckon with.

So far the player has scored seven and assisted six goals in 26 Premier League games and a number of top English clubs want to sign him.

But as things stand Manchester United remain the firm favourites till now especially with Aston Villa on the verge of being relegated.

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