As reported by Sky Sports News, the Cherries will decide whether or not to pursue a legal case against Hawk-Eye with their statement issuing an apology after an error by Aston Villa's goalkeeper Orjan Nyland, who carried the ball over the line against Sheffield United in the first game back after lockdown was not detected by their goal-line technology system.
Villa do not want to lose Grealish over the summer and are sticking to their £80m figure.More news: Trudeau On The Hot Seat Regarding WE Charity
Should the report be true, then manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be hailed for adding more options to the attack to ensure consistency in goals scoring.
Wherever the 24-year-old ends up plying his trade next term, playing for England at the rescheduled European Championship in the summer will remain his dream and target.
Despite huge sympathy for Bournemouth, it seems highly unlikely that any legal challenge would be upheld.More news: Podcast | US elections 2020: Most controversial election yet?
A product of the Villa youth academy, Grealish has grown into one of the top talents in English football over the years. The Turkish side are in a poor financial situation after finishing 6th in the league and they need to sell some of their players before bringing in others.
Jack Grealish is in demand with several Premier League clubs, including Arsenal, this summer.
Already during his brief stint as Arsenal boss, Arteta has shown that he can improve the players at his disposal and make his side competitive against the top teams.More news: Milwaukee Brewers home opener postponed due to positive coronavirus tests, reports say
Once again - and sorry if we sound boring here - it's hard to see this happening unless Villa reduce their valuation, but that's not saying we wouldn't love to see Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang moving into a central role and Grealish supplying the bullets for the Gabonese hitman from a role on the left of the Gunners attack.