Pep Guardiola wants Aston Villa's Grealish at Manchester City, Fans to return in England soon

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has told the club to make a move for Aston Villa star Jack Grealish, The Independent reports.

Guardiola reportedly views Grealish as a primary target in his upcoming rebuild of the first team, with possible new signings serving as an integral part of the contract negotiations that the manager underwent before inking the deal to confirm his extension.

According to the report, Guardiola spoke about Grealish with Kevin De Bruyne who was full of praise for the midfielder after he came up against him in the recent Belgium match with England.

English players are clearly high on City's wishlist as we had news on Monday that the club want to land Tottenham striker Harry Kane as well.

4,000 fans! (For two Premier League clubs…)

News of sports welcoming back supporters to stadiums across England from next week made the majority of back pages on Tuesday, and that has left many getting a map out to work how many fans can attend Premier League matches once the lockdown lifts and the nation returns to a tiered system amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Mirror notes that only Brighton and Southampton currently fall under the Tier 1 restrictions that would allow 4,000 fans back for games, while Tier 2 would cover London clubs and Newcastle United as it stands, meaning 2,000 supporters. Clubs in the north west, Midlands and Yorkshire will remain behind closed doors unless certain areas move down from Tier 3.


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