Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjar remains keen on Jack Grealish despite the Aston Villa star breaking lockdown laws.
The Norwegian has pushed Ed Woodward to sign Grealish during the last two transfer windows, with Villa rejecting both bids.
He will do the same again this summer, according to ESPN, who says Solskjaer is unperturbed by Grealish’s recent troubles off the pitch.
The 24-year-old was caught breaking government lockdown laws – put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic – when he crashed his car after attending a friend’s party.
Solskjaer believes United’s methods of investigating the character of a potential recruit will highlight any concerns about Grealish’s personality.
Villa are likely to accept an offer of around £60m for the midfielder, who is under contract until 2023.
While United remain in interested in Leicester star James Maddison, they believe a deal for Grealish is more probable.