Manchester United are reportedly willing to pay Jack Grealish £150,000 per week to tempt him into a move away from Aston Villa.
The 24-year-old playmaker has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United after starring in the English top-tier for a struggling Villa side.
Grealish has managed to found back of the net seven times and six assists in the English top-tier while also chipping in with a couple of goals in the teams run to the EFL Cup final.
According to The Sun, senior officials at both teams are working on personal terms ahead of a potential move and the Red Devils are confident of landing the playmaker.
The 20-times English champions are believed to have put attacker a lucrative offer to ensure that they see off competition from their bitter rivals Man City for Grealish’s services, which includes a large weekly salary.
Meanwhile, The fact Serie A giants Roma managed to get a win and Manchester United loanee Chris Smalling played a big part in that by putting in a fine performance has got the Italian media talking about the player staying permanently once again.
The huge problem remains the finances of the deal but without UCL football, the Serie A side will not be able to afford the centre-back.
However, this will not stop attempts from being made to keep Chris around for longer, even if the Red Devils make life even more difficult for them.
Corriere dello Sport explain the Old Trafford outfit are prepared to extend his deal and automatically increase his valuation, as the star’s deal in England is set to expire in 2022.