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Arsenal tipped to sign another Manchester City player

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Arsenal tipped to sign another Manchester City player

Jack Grealish has been strongly linked with a move to Arsenal.

The English forward moved from Aston Villa to Manchester City for $100 million last season.

He has been a mainstay in their lineup thus far, but City’s depth means he will frequently spend time on the bench.

The England international is still an important player for them, but  believes he wishes to leave Etihad Stadium.

The attacker is rumoured to be on the move, despite the fact that few clubs can afford him and City is not a selling club.

It acknowledges that it would be difficult for any team to sign him, but thinks Arsenal is among the favourites to add him to their roster.

According to the English website Football Insider, Jack Grealish has informed his entourage that he does not intend to remain at Manchester City beyond the next summer transfer window. He has also reportedly instructed his entourage to search for new potential teams.

Given that he has not established himself as a starter for the citizen team and that his level has declined dramatically since leaving Aston Villa in the summer of 2021, the news is not unexpected.

Grealish desires a change of scenery to return to becoming one of the most crucial players in the Premier League, despite having a definite spot in the English national team.

Jack Grealish’s Options

The English attacker was the most expensive purchase in the history of Manchester City, but his performance has declined significantly, and it is not out of the question that Pep Guardiola’s team may let him go in exchange for another attacker.

There have been rumours that AC Milan’s Rafael Leao will join the club in the near future.

Grealish’s departure to another major Premier League team, such as Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal and Antonio Conte’s Tottenham, is not seen negatively.

Arsenal tipped to sign another Manchester City player

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