Manchester United’s famous former captain Rio Ferdinand simply believes Jack Grealish’s possible move to Old Trafford is not likely.
As widely reported, United is believed to be a big admirer of Grealish, including Manchester City.
With several indications that the England star will soon move to bigger things than Aston Villa, Ferdinand is not confident that Grealish will wear the famous red jersey next season.
"I don't think Bruno Fernandes is the problem, you've got Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba that are both playing on the left and that's where Jack plays,” Rio said as quoted by Goal.
"His best position is on the left, and his next best position is No.10. They're the positions where our most influential players are right now. So I think it's difficult to see him at Manchester United right now.
"If he leaves Villa, I just don't think it'll be to Manchester United, unless they ship one or two of those boys away. I see it as a difficult deal to be done for Man United,” the former England captain concluded.
Meanwhile, Grealish is expected to inspire England against neighbouring rivals Scotland this week at the 2020 Euros.