Aston Villa are ready to reject any bid for Jack Grealish during the current January transfer window, MySportDab reports.
The attacking midfielder signed a new five-year contract worth over £100,000 per week last summer with a higher buy-out clause.
Last summer, Manchester United refused to pay Villa’s £80m asking price for the midfielder.
Grealish has now flourished in the Premier League this season, scored five goals and provided seven assists in 15 games.
Both United and Manchester City are still linked to Jack Grealish with interest, and he’s also attracted attention from other clubs in Europe.
However, According to MySportDab Sources, Aston Villa won’t consider any January bid for their most important player.
Villa owners, Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens, have invested massively in the squad over the last two transfer windows to turn Villa into a better club.
Meanwhile, Villa could decide to sign a forward this January based on Wesley’s progress at the club this month.
The Brazilian has not played since January 1st after damaging his knee ligaments in the Burnley win.
Aston Villa hope he that will soon resume training again with the first-team this month.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith is happy with his squad options but lacks enough options in attack.