Villa already need to find £40 million in order to comply with Financial Fair Play, which may see them needing to sell a player in order to fund that necessity.
News of Wyness' suspension will come as a crushing blow to Villa, with the club having narrowly missed out on promotion back to the riches of the Premier League. James Chester has also been linked with a move.
Grealish is likely to provide Villa's biggest cash boost to the coffers as the club look to stabilize after years of overspending.
He has not yet been categorically told he will be sold but that appears the most likely outcome, with a bidding war Villa's best chance of getting the top price.
The latest statement is a move to reassure Villa fans that administration is not an immediate prospect and the situation with HMRC has, for the time being, been dealt with.
They lost the Sky Bet Championship play-off final 1-0 to Fulham last month after finishing fourth.
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Trudeau described the tariffs as " unilateral and illegal " and the national security pretext as "risible". Tariffs, he added, are simply one more tool in the president's toolbox when it comes to repairing it.
Further, struggles to pay a £4.2m tax bill owed to HM Revenue & Customs have left fans feeling a bit blue about things.
There have been weeks of mounting concerns at Villa Park over a lack of cashflow from China, where owner Dr Tony Xia is based.
The 41-year-old Chinese businessman is also understood to have short-term cash flow problems because of strict rules about money leaving his native country.
Tony Xia's valuation; Xia would like bids of at least £100 million, but he understands the situation surrounding the club now.
"I am guessing that plan didn't involve being belittled by our own ineptitude, him being put on the naughty step and us looking down the barrel of administration".