Former Three Lions and Man United defender, Rio Ferdinand, has urged Jack Grealish to make a move away from Villa Park to any of the top English sides.
Despite having a personal stellar season last year, Jack couldn’t secure a move to a top side due to his club’s price tag.
Aston Villa survived relegation last season courtesy of a back to back win on matchday 37 & 38 last term and the English midfielder was tipped to leave the team as he was said to have outgrown the standard of the team.
Grealish is a boyhood fan of Villa and he’s been there since the start of his career resulting to him being the skipper of the team.
He is currently enjoying a standout season, having a WhoScored rating of 7.92 with five goals and seven assists in 15 games.
The England international has been urged by Rio Ferdinand to take make a big move this summer.
Man United and Liverpool were the top team who were rumoured to have had considerations for him last term.
The Man United legend told his YouTube channel:
“If I am a manager of a top, top team in England
“One of the top three or four teams. I don’t allow him to stay there no more. I’d go and take him.
“£30 million was too much when I went. Turned out fine.
“Does he need to push to get out? I’d suggest he probably does now. That’s the situation he will be in.
“If I am Jack Grealish and a Manchester United, a Liverpool, a Man City or a Chelsea, someone like that wants me then I walk into that office, whoever makes the decisions, and I am asking to leave.”