previous Aston Villa supervisor recognized him as an ideal objective

The Red Devils have for quite some time been connected with the Villans commander, whose future could be dictated by whether his club stay in the Premier League

Jack Grealish has the characteristic ability to play for Manchester United or any enormous club, as indicated by previous Aston Villa supervisor Martin O’Neill.

Midfielder Grealish has for some time been connected with a transition to Old Trafford, with Red Devils administrator Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said to have recognized him as an ideal objective to support his midfield.

With clubs confronting vulnerability over the coming a very long time due to the coronavirus emergency, it stays hazy whether United or some other side will be set up to spend noteworthy totals on any semblance of Grealish this year.

Barnes, though, has suggested that Liverpool could look closer to home when it comes to defensive additions, with Turkey international Soyuncu having starred for Leicester as their replacement for Harry Maguire.

The former Reds midfielder told GentingBet: “Soyuncu would fit in well at any club.

“He’s taken the role of centre-back at Leicester by the scruff of the neck and he’s really improved and given something extra as well as he’s good on the ball.

“If Leicester did want to sell, Soyuncu could go to any of the top clubs.”

Moving up the pitch and Barnes believes Real Sociedad midfielder Llorente could be a useful long-term addition for Klopp.

He added: “Liverpool’s recruitment is very specific, they’ll be looking at years down the line and Llorente is only 26. Having someone like Llorente come in and give a solidness as well as the experience is great.”

In any case, while he is careful of condemning whether Grealish would flourish at a significant club, O’Neill surely thinks the 24-year-old has enough capacity.

Addressing Stats Perform News, he stated: “On Grealish’s future, that is hard to state. He’s a major fans’ most loved and Villa is his football club too.

“Are you saying, ‘Does he can play for Manchester United?’ Certainly, the regular ability to play for any of the large clubs – there’s no doubt about that.

“I simply don’t know enough and I’m in no situation to make that judgment.”

Grealish’s future may likewise rely upon whether Villa can stay away from transfer from the Premier League this season.

The club have spent in the area of £143 million ($174m) on new signings since winning advancement through the Championship end of the season games last term.

In spite of the colossal venture, Dean Smith’s side are nineteenth in the table and two focuses from security, despite the fact that they do have a game close by on their closest adversaries.

O’Neill, who was in control at Villa Park from 2006 to 2010, has been shocked to see his old side battle in the top flight and is concerned they have gotten excessively reliant on their skipper.

“My own view was that they had a super end to the Championship season, they were the best group in it by a significant distance, I felt,” he said.

“I sincerely believed that they wouldn’t have an excessive amount of trouble in keeping awake. They’ve placed some cash in, a ton of cash in, a few people say somewhere in the range of 130 and 150 million pounds.

“Along these lines, I didn’t anticipate that them should battle at this season. I anticipated that it should be troublesome, however not to battle.

“I met Jack Grealish various years prior when we needed him to play for the Republic of Ireland and he decided to play with England, no issue with that at all – his dad is English and he had played underage football for the Republic of Ireland, he settled on that choice and that is completely fine.

“He’s extremely solid; he’s a lot more grounded than he was five years prior, a quality player, difficult to ransack.

“You would trust that, toward the end, Villa would have enough to get themselves around and oversee it. Obviously, in case you’re relying upon one player, which they have been over the recent months, that can cause an issue.”

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