BREAKING NEWS: Confirmed live news from Fabrizio Romano, Grealish has been told to leave the club once this season ends. Pep Guardiola hammered the final nail into Jack Gealish’s Manchester City career on Sunday with his on-field performance after a scoreless Premier League draw with Arsenal. Guardiola and the club has confirmed that the €117.5 million signing can go.


Pep Guardiola delivered a significant blow to Jack Grealish’s Manchester City tenure following a goalless Premier League draw against Arsenal on Sunday.

Grealish was granted a 30-minute stint as a substitute in the high-stakes match but failed to provide the answers City needed in their pursuit of a victory that would have closed the gap to Liverpool at the top of the table. Consequently, City find themselves in third place, trailing Liverpool by three points and with a substantially inferior goal difference.

Guardiola directed his frustration primarily towards Grealish throughout the game, continuously issuing instructions to the former Aston Villa winger. At the conclusion of the match, Guardiola engaged in an animated discussion with the England international, signaling his discontent.

Speculation had surfaced last week regarding City’s dissatisfaction with Grealish’s progress at the club, hinting that they might entertain offers for the €117.5 million signing in the upcoming transfer window. Guardiola’s actions on Sunday all but confirmed Grealish’s impending departure.

Grealish’s anticipated departure from Manchester City could have far-reaching implications for the summer transfer market. Primarily, it leaves the reigning Premier League champions in need of another winger. Reports suggest that City may turn their attention to Wolves’ Pedro Neto, provided they are undeterred by the Portuguese star’s recent injury woes.

This development poses challenges for Arsenal, who have long identified the 24-year-old as a target for a move to the Emirates Stadium. Tottenham Hotspur has also expressed interest in the former Braga talent. However, City’s financial resources position them as frontrunners to secure Neto’s services should they express genuine interest in the player.

Furthermore, if Wolves secure a significant transfer fee for Neto, it could complicate Manchester United’s pursuit of defensive midfielder Nuno Gomes. However, given the hefty price tag Wolves have placed on the Brazilian international, United may opt to steer clear regardless.

In contrast, Aston Villa stands to benefit significantly from the unfolding scenario. Grealish has previously expressed his desire to return to Villa Park, and while the financial aspects could present challenges, Villa appears to be an ideal destination for the beloved winger.

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