Jack Grealish's Aston Villa future to be decided on Tuesday
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 11/06/18 7:08pm
A decision on Jack Grealish's Aston Villa future will be made on Tuesday as the club choose who stays and who goes this summer.
As concerns over Villa's perilous financial state continue, Steve Bruce will receive details of his annual transfer and wage budget - and with it, the likelihood that his £30m-rated midfielder will need to be sold to help balance the books.
Tuesday's meeting will be chaired by Aston Villa's acting deputy chief executive Luke Organ - who has taken control of the day-to-day running of the club since the suspension of CEO Keith Wyness - a story brought to you first by Sky News' Mark Kleinman last Tuesday.
Sky Sports News understands Mr Wyness has begun legal proceedings against Villa.
His lawyers are understood to have contacted the championship club late last week with details of a claim for constructive dismissal.
Although suspended as an employee, the club were unable to sack Mr Wyness as a member of their board because of his duties as a director.
However, Mr Wyness is understood to have stood down as a director on Monday.
It is believed Mr Wyness and club owner Dr Tony Xia, who has remained in Beijing since their play-off defeat to Fulham, fell out over the potential sale of a number of club assets, aimed at keeping the club afloat.