Manchester United to submit bids for Jack Grealish and James Maddison
English club Manchester United have tabled £160million in a bid to sign up Jack Grealish and James Maddison this summer.
The pair have been hugely impressive for their respective club sides, as such their performances have not gone unnoticed.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to be a huge admirer of the two Englishmen, who are attacking oriented players and would add lots of firepower to the numb Manchester United side who are struggling to create and score goals in recent times.
Manchester United is preparing for the exit of their star midfielder, Paul Pogba, who was signed for £89m a club-record fee, with SunSport revealing last week United have cut their asking price by £30m to £150m.
The club only managed to bring in just one player for the January transfer window, Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon, which is not enough to augment the club’s visible problems under Ole.
Leicester City playmaker, Maddison, 23, has opened talks with Leicester over a new deal.
But a £90m move to United would see him command a salary of £200,000 a week — double the money on offer at the King Power.
Star midfielder Grealish has been at Aston Villa for 18 years since joining at the age of six.
But the £70m-rated star is beginning to accept he will have to quit his beloved club to boost his England hopes and also play at the top end of the Premier League and in Europe. Some sources say, he has started house hunting in Manchester, which will come as a huge boast for the Red Devils.
If Manchester United manages to swoop the pair without Champions League football moving forward they will be able to sign quality players to help their Premier League title ambitions which have eluded them the last seven years.