Spurs have reportedly tabled a fresh offer of £30m for the 22-year-old, but Villa are determined to keep hold of him
Aston Villa are set to offer Jack Grealish a new and improved contract as they look to keep him out of the clutches of Tottenham Hotspur.
The Championship club are said to be confident of keeping the 22-year-old at Villa Park this season, having rejected a number of bids from Spurs.
Latest reports claim the Premier League outfit have tabled a fresh offer of £30million for the midfielder.
But, it is understood Villa are ready to convince Grealish to stay by handing him an improved contract to reflect his importance to the club.
Grealish has two years left on his current deal but a new contract is expected to be wrapped up in the next few weeks.
The youngster is said to be keen on moving to Champions League-competing Tottenham, and is unhappy that Villa have put the brakes on his dream transfer.
However, it is claimed the hometown hero will not rock the boat at Villa Park and will not demand to leave, despite his desire to join the Premier League side.