“It’s going to be a tough summer and a tough decision for him. Hopefully, first and foremost, he keeps us up – that is the most important thing for the football club”
By Adam Goodwin
Last Updated: 14/05/20 9:03am
Aston Villa midfielder Conor Hourihane anticipates a tough summer season for team-mate Jack Grealish, with the midfielder set to make a decision on his future.
The 24-year-old has been linked with quite a few golf equipment throughout Europe, together with, most lately, Everton, after an outstanding marketing campaign as captain at Villa Park.
Hourihane believes Grealish may have a tough decision to make if he’s to depart the West Midlands membership, however his precedence must be focusing on maintaining them within the Premier League.
Hourihane advised Sky Sports News: “Jack’s clearly vastly proficient, he is our talisman and he is had a incredible season. He’s been linked with so many golf equipment, plenty of prime groups round Europe.
“It’s going to be a tough summer season and a tough decision for Jack. Hopefully, at first, he retains us up – that’s a very powerful factor for the soccer membership.
“And then, no matter Jack decides to do, that is as much as him. He deserves all the pieces he will get.
“For me, he must be within the England squad as nicely as a result of he has one thing that no one else does, in my view.”
Villa sat second from backside within the Premier League when the coronavirus pandemic pressured the suspension of the season. However, victory of their recreation in hand on the groups round them would elevate them out of the relegation zone.
Hourihane, who has performed 18 occasions and scored three objectives to date this marketing campaign, believes they will be taught from their errors and keep away from an instantaneous return to the Championship.
“We’ve obtained an inexperienced squad for this degree,” Hourihane mentioned.
“But I believe after we come again, we’ll have taken the primary a part of the season and discovered from it.
“And we’ll make sure that heading into the last 10 games we’ll use the experience we’ve got, which should help us get over the line, fingers crossed.”
Join Sky Bet Club and observe your progress in the direction of a £5 free Bet
Opt in and wager £25 or extra earlier than 23:59 on Sunday. Free bets credited by 7pm on Monday.