According to The Liverpool Echo, Liverpool have no interest in signing Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish despite recent speculation in the media.
The 24-year-old has been in impressive form for a struggling Villa side this season, scoring eight times and registering six assists in 23 appearances in all competitions.
In the Premier League, the Englishman has contributed six goals and five assists, and the likes of Manchester United have been credited with an interest.
Liverpool have also been mentioned as potential suitors, but according to The Liverpool Echo, the attacker is not on the club’s radar at this stage.
And a number of the Merseyside club’s fans agree with the reported stance.
Announce aouar then much better
— rob jones (@robjone95669996) January 14, 2020
— Mo.NEVER GIVE UP🏆 (@Cooler_King70) January 14, 2020
We’ve moved forward considerably from this type of signing. Inflated price for a half decent player
— Dave LFC Lloyd (@Davello23780407) January 14, 2020
Sure hope not, although a good football talent, he appears to me that he is a bit lazy and selfish in his play
— Gus Martinez (@GusMartinez15) January 14, 2020
A number of other supporters, meanwhile, have said that Grealish is not needed at Anfield due to the talent of some of the youngsters at the club.
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The EFL Cup and FA Cup has provided the opportunity for a number of fringe players to impress in recent weeks, and Grealish would not be welcomed due to their talent, according to some of the club’s fans on social media.
Don’t need him we have Harvey Elliot
— Glynbob Fatpants (@Tyrion_The_Wise) January 14, 2020
he’s no Curtis Jones or indeed Harvey Elliot.
— hassdaddy69 (@hassdaddy69) January 14, 2020
Good, would rather Liverpool give Grujic, Jones, Elliott a chance 😉
— Gavin Hodge (@Gavstar79) January 14, 2020
Harvey Elliot is same type of player
— Lee (@lee_saint) January 14, 2020
Meanwhile, a number of Liverpool fans have been reacting to comments made by Fabinho about Paris Saint-Germain and France attacker Kylian Mbappe.
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