Manchester City have prepared the sum of £100m to sign Jack Grealish from Aston Villa on a permanent deal after both clubs move close to contract agreement.
The contract is expected to be signed for a period of five years which means Grealish will stay at the Etihad till 2026.
Sometime last week Grealish accepted officially to join Manchester City after an open discussion between the two clubs with Aston Villa willing to release their star player as preparations are presently ongoing to see him undergo his medicals today after which he will be officially announced few days from now.
With Manchester City agreeing to pay £100m to secure Grealish from Aston Villa, report has it that Grealish will make history as being the most expensive transfer deal in Premier League.
Aston Villa, who have already offered the England international a new contract with salary increase with the intension of monitoring the development delayed in the offer although City are confident in sealing the deal.
Jack Grealish who is presently the captain of Aston Villa joined the club when he was six years old with Aston Villa being referred to as his childhood club.
Records show that he has made over 200 appearances for Aston Villa scoring 32 goals.
The Aston Villa captain was very instrumental to England despite losing to Italy in the final match which deprived them of making history while on international duty in the just concluded UEFA EURO 2020 after playing five matches with two assists.
Aston Villa have already signed some quality players as a back up to strengthen the team such as Argentine Emiliano Buendia from Norwich City in a transfer deal worth around £38m in June, Jamaican Leon Bailey from Bayern Leverkusen signed few days ago and Danny Ings from Southampton signing three years contract.
Aston Villa are also looking forward to sign Axel Tuanzebe from Manchester United on loan within the new couple of weeks.