Man United will still have to pay around £80million for their long-term target Jack Grealish, even if Aston Villa are relegated from the English top-tier this campaign, according to reports.
The Red Devils head-coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly made the 24-year-old playmaker one of his top transfer target next transfer window as he looks to add a goalscoring midfielder to his team.
England international has been a talismanic figure during his teams fight for survival this campaign, founding back of the net seven goals and provided six assists.
And according to the Mirror, even if the Midlands team drop down to the Championship at the end of this season, they won’t lower their asking price for the midfielder.
Dean Smith’s team are currently on the 19th place in the Premier League table before the campaign was postponed over the coronavirus crisis.
Villa will attempt to keep hold of 24-year-old midfielder if they can beat the drop, however, there is an acceptance that the midfielder will want to move on if they are relegated
With the Premier League being given the green light by the Government to return to action in June it looks more likely the 92 games that left will be played out.
The Red Devils chief Ed Woodward has warned that mega-money switch will be affected by the financial strain caused due to the coronavirus crisis.
Man Utd are still reportedly keen on securing the services of Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, however, the Bundesliga side are demanding around of £120million for his signature.