There is a belief in various circles that the Premier League champions’ persecution of the 25-year-old England international will intensify this week to sign the player ahead of the Community Shield on Saturday 7 August.

Now that the player is reportedly back from his vacation, talks can move forward and while Manchester City and Jack Grealish personal ties are unlikely to stumble upon any deal, the total transfer fee has some concerns.

However, the latest information from England should give City fans a lot of encouragement regarding Etihad officials’ intention to sign the Aston Villa skipper this summer.

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According to the Sun’s Martin Blackburn, Manchester City are poised to make Jack Grealish the most expensive signing in Premier League history – breaking Manchester United’s current £ 89million record for Paul Pogba five years ago.

It is further emphasized that Manchester City will “increase” their offer to sign Jack Grealish in the next few days.

The report also sheds light on Harry Kane’s current situation, citing that despite the pursuit of Jack Grealish, Manchester City are still looking to sign the Tottenham striker and “hope his desire” to join Etihad will at some point be up to Handle completion.

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Given the nature of recent reports, there is a clear feeling in various quarters that the Manchester City summer transfer window is finally coming into effect and fans can expect significant news on key destinations in the days ahead.

However, that is sure to come with a first-team exit as Manchester City seek to balance the books for the purpose of financial fair play – and there is confidence that the club can do so.

Players like Gabriel Jesus and Bernardo Silva have both been linked to high profile triggers, and while both players stay on vacation after their respective Copa America and European Championship wins, discussions about their futures will continue over the summer.

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