TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR look likely to miss out on Jack Grealish this summer.
The Aston Villa captain has reportedly committed his future to his boyhood team in the face of the North London club’s plans to launch a fresh bid.
Three offers, the highest reaching £25million, are said to have landed last summer – all of which the club rejected.
This time around, Grealish will not contemplate an exit having helped Villa reach the Premier League, according to Sky Sports.
In September of last year, the midfielder agreed a new five-year deal and went on to play a huge role in their promotion via the play-offs.
A 2-1 win over Derby County last weekend sealed their return after two years in the Championship.
Villa fans then watched on with glee as the squad’s celebrations played out on social media.
On loan defender Tyrone Mings was spotted in his full kit the following day with Grealish joking that he was “still going” following a boozy night out.
The 23-year-old tweeted Mings on Tuesday joking: “I couldn’t even spell my name, never mind know what day it is” featuring a beer emoji.
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In preparing for their top-flight return, the Midlands outfit are linked with a wealth of signings to bolster their squad.
Sun Sport exclusively revealed Brentford striker Neal Maupay to be a major target with Nottingham Forest midfielder Joe Lolley reportedly another player on their shortlist.
And, with Grealish staying, another key man from the play-off win is open to potentially joining him: Tammy Abraham.