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Is this the moment Jack Grealish was told about burglary at his home? New footage emerges from Man City win

Is this the moment Jack Grealish was told about burglary at his home? New footage emerges from Man City win

Grealish was the subject of a robbery.

Jack Grealish was quick to run down the tunnel after Manchester City's 3-1 win over Everton on Wednesday night after a conversation with the club's head of player support, according to a report.

The Sun reported on Thursday that Grealish's house had been the subject of a burglary during the match, while his fiancee and other relatives were inside the property watching him play.

The report claims that it was the first time that members of his family had visited the 'huge' property, which Grealish is said to have moved into earlier this year.

It is said that members of the family 'pressed the security panic button' when it became clear that there were intruders, and that no-one was injured in the burglary.

The Sun were told by a source that £1 million worth of watches and jewellery was stolen from Grealish's house.

The England international played the full 90 minutes of City's fixture at Goodison Park, putting in a star performance in what was his fourth consecutive start in 11 days.

He helped to inspire City's comeback after they went 1-0 down in the first half through Dwight McNeil's strike, with Bernardo Silva, Julian Alvarez and Phil Foden all getting on the scoresheet.

According to the Daily Mail's Jack Gaughan, Grealish 'dashed down the tunnel' following the full-time whistle, which is said to have looked 'unusual'.

However, it is not clear whether the 28-year-old had been told about the burglary at that stage.

The Mail report that Grealish was approached by City's head of player support and protocol, Manel Estiarte, who had a conversation with the England international before his swift exit down the tunnel.

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Cheshire Police released the following statement: "At around 9:50pm on Wednesday December 27, police were called to reports of a burglary.

"The caller reported that a number of items had been stolen.

"Officers supported by police dogs and National Police Air Service were deployed and searches were conducted in the local area but there was no trace of the suspects.

"No arrests have been made at this time and enquiries are ongoing."

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Topics: Jack Grealish, Manchester City, Premier League