Jack Grealish would like to stay with Aston Villa till the end of the season and would snub any transfer offer from Manchester United, according to reports.
Daily Mirror have reported the 24-year-old talent would not like to talk any further regarding his future until the summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has expressed his admiration for Grealish and has been extensively linked with a move for him, in order to add some creativity to his midfield.
Grealish scored his seventh Premier League goal of the season in the draw with Brighton, as he dragged his side to another vital result in their battle against the drop.
Recent reports have suggested Old Trafford bosses have tested Villa’s determination to hold onto their most prized asset. Pundits and fans alike have called for him to make the move to Manchester but he is set to stay with his boyhood club for the remainder of the season.
He penned a contract in 2018, tying him to the club in 2023, but his recent top-flight performances mean that interest persists.
The report suggests that Grealish has not had his head turned by any transfer speculation and remains committed to keeping Villa in the top flight.
Bids are expected in the summer, with the expectation he would leave the club should they get relegated.