Date: 21st June 2018 at 4:00pm
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With Liverpool now having reportedly joined Tottenham in pursuing Jack Grealish, there has been a debate on Twitter about how big a loss the midfielder would be if he does leave Villa Park.

Of course, we would all like to see our no.10 stay but finances may play a big part in that decision.

One fan tweeted that Jack’s departure would be the “most gutting” exit he had experienced but some disagreed:


With the likes of Milner, Young, Delph and Benteke, the big difference is that none of them came through the youth ranks of the club. Grealish’s love for the club is clear, and there is no doubt he’d only leave us reluctantly.

All the other departures from the club mentioned above were more enthusiastically greeted by the players themselves. The fact that we may have no choice but to sell our talisman, rather than a player forcing a move, makes it all the more difficult to swallow as a fan of the club.

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3 Replies to “‘Would be the worst’ ‘Cash in and move on’ – Debate Over Villa Talisman’s Potential Exit”

  • Agree with one response. Would rather sell the rest of the first team (perhaps apart from Chester) and play Jack with the kids. He’s the one who’s worth the entrance money and our most naturally gifted player since Merse.
    The likes of Delph not in the same league I’m afraid.

  • NEVER did one player make a team.
    One player may make a team better, De bruyne
    For Man City for example. Grealish is exciting to watch but the whole team needs to gel together to get consistent results. If Villa NEED the cash then there’s no debate needed. Football is a business and can’t rum on noone.

  • Agree Ron, he’s good, he’s one of ours, I’d rather he stayed, but he is not Aston Villa.

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