In the wake of featuring for Villa in the Premier League this season, Grealish is being tipped to move to Old Trafford in the summer.
In any case, as he gets ready for Sunday’s EFL Cup last with Manchester City, the playmaker has implied that he is adoring existence with the West Midlands outfit after what he portrays as an “immature” start to his career.
Addressing Sky Sports, the 24-year-old stated: “Everything that is occurred in my life, positive or negative, football-wise has set me up to be the individual I am today. I wouldn’t change anything.
“Everybody realizes I’ve had a touch of awful press when I was somewhat more younger, yet I wouldn’t change it. That is made me who I am today. I think I’ve just begun another section. In the previous year, you have certain stuff happen and when I was out injured. I got two awful wounds a few years back, a kidney injury and afterward I did my shins.
“I was out for three to four months, and when you’re out everything kicks in really, you begin to consider what you truly need to accomplish. At the point when I was young I might have been a bit immature, yet now I realize what I need to do in my profession, play for Aston Villa, play for England and win trophies. That is the point.”
Despite the fact that Villa might likely want to keep Grealish, they reasonably need to stay away from transfer to the Championship to abstain from capitalizing on their star man.