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Robbie Savage has suggested on BT Sport 3 (2:49pm, November 21, 2020) that Aston Villa attacking midfielder Jack Grealish would become a better player at Liverpool or Manchester City.

The former Derby County midfielder believes that Grealish, who can also operate as a winger, is worth £100 million now.

Savage thinks that in a better team such as Liverpool or City, the 25-year-old England international would be “incredible”.

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The former Wales international said about Grealish on BT Sport 3 (2:49pm, November 21, 2020): “He has got to be £100 million in this transfer market. No doubt about it. He has got to be £100 million.

“Imagine him with better players around him as well. Imagine him in a Man City team or Liverpool team. Incredible.”

Jack Grealish to Liverpool?

Liverpool do have a good attacking unit, but the signing of Diogo Jota from Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer of 2020 shows that the defending Premier League champions are not averse to bringing in quality attack-minded players.

It is hard to see Villa cash in on Grealish in the January transfer window, and the player himself may not want to leave the club he supports.

However, if the Reds were to offer a lot of money and show Grealish what he would be able to achieve if he moved to Anfield next summer, then a transfer could happen.

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Praise for Liverpool duo

Meanwhile, Leicester City defender James Justin has spoken highly of Liverpool duo Rhys Williams and Curtis Jones to

Justin plays with central defender Williams and midfielder Jones for the England Under-21 side.

The 22-year-old defender has raved about the two 19-year-old players, and believes that they have a bright future ahead.

Justin told “The first time I trained with both of them I was really impressed with the talent that they had. To be honest, I hadn’t seen much of their talent when I had been watching football because they’ve only been in and out [of the first team], but hopefully now they can get a few games under their belts and show everyone the ability they’ve got.

“I’ve seen that first-hand and they are definitely good players for Liverpool. Hopefully, they can make it into regular first-team players.”

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