Aston Villa's Jack Grealish is reportedly higher on Manchester United's list of priorities than James Maddison as Leicester City want £100m for their playmaker.
Manchester United are reportedly still prioritising a move for Jack Grealish over James Maddison as they think they have more chance of signing the Aston Villa midfielder.
The Red Devils have been strongly linked with Villa's Grealish and Maddison of Leicester City on the back of impressive campaigns for both players.
Despite Grealish recently courting controversy by breaching self-isolation rules, The Athletic claims that he is United's top playmaker target for the summer window.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a big fan of Maddison, but Leicester are known to be stubborn negotiators and United would apparently rather focus on signing fellow Midlands-based star Grealish.
Leicester are said to be after £100m for Maddison, while a bid of around £80m is expected to be enough to land Grealish.