sport news Rio Ferdinand urges Man United to make Jack Grealish a priority signing

Rio Ferdinand admits he's 'licking his lips' at prospect of pairing Bruno Fernandes with Jack Grealish at Man United... as he urges his old side to make Aston Villa star a priority signing even if Paul Pogba STAYS Rio Ferdinand feels Jack Grealish should be 's next signing The ex-United defender believes Grealish can tandem with Bruno Fernandes Question marks over the future of Paul Pogba could open a spot in the midfield 

By Nathan Salt For Mailonline

Published: 09:20 GMT, 5 January 2021 | Updated: 09:29 GMT, 5 January 2021

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Rio Ferdinand has called on to make Jack Grealish a priority signing - even if Paul Pogba stays at the club beyond next summer. 

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Grealish has been a long-term midfield target for United and has seen his value rocket again this season after Aston Villa's impressive start to the 2020-21 campaign.

The 25-year-old is a 'great kid' from Ferdinand's experience and the former United defender believes he would dovetail smartly alongside Bruno Fernandes at Old Trafford.  

Jack Grealish has seen his reputation elevate after another impressive season in the top flight

Bruno Fernandes is Manchester United's main man and Rio Ferdinand feels he would fit with Grealish

Jack Grealish (left) would be a perfect partner for Bruno Fernandes (right), says Rio Ferdinand

The former Manchester United defender recalled meeting Grealish while at his restaurant

The former defender recalled meeting Grealish while at his restaurant

Grealish signed a new five-year deal after an exit from Villa Park failed to materialise last summer and so it could take £100million to prise him away. 

Much has been made of Pogba's long-term future after his agent, Mino Raiola, said in December that the Frenchman is 'unhappy' and he

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