Jack Grealish has returned to training with Aston Villa after a £100m bid from Manchester City.
Grealish, who was given an extended break after playing for England at Euro 2020, was seen back in training with his Villa team-mates on Monday.
City are keen to sign Grealish this summer and Sky Sports News expects their £100m offer – submitted on Friday – to be accepted by Villa.
Villa are yet to formally respond to City’s offer, but it is understood they are willing to let Grealish leave for the Premier League champions.
Grealish will now have to decide whether he wants to depart his boyhood club in a move that would represent the biggest transfer in English football history.
The previous record is held by Paul Pogba, who re-joined Manchester United for £93.25m from Juventus in 2016.
Villa did offer Grealish a new and improved contract earlier this summer, despite him signing a five-year deal last September.
Grealish is a Villa academy graduate and has made over 200 appearances for the club, scoring 32 goals.
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