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Jack Grealish Flew Straight To Ibiza After Being Absolutely Smashed For 48 Hours

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Jack Grealish Flew Straight To Ibiza After Being Absolutely Smashed For 48 Hours

Jack Grealish has continued his personal Manchester City Premier League title celebrations by jetting off to Ibiza.

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If you've been anywhere on social media since Sunday evening, chances are you've come across the 26-year-old absolutely loving life.

Sunday saw City win the title after a 3-2 win over Aston Villa and it's Grealish's first trophy since sealing a £100 million move from Villa last summer.

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Immediately after the game he shared a snap of himself enjoying a Birra Moretti in the Etihad changing rooms captioned: "Ooooft the first of many." Perhaps the biggest understatement of the year.

A day later, the England international stole the show at City's title parade by thanking Bernardo Silva for coming off the pitch, mugging Kyle Walker off and taking to the stage with a drink in each hand. Newcastle United star Miguel Almiron caught a stray as well.

He managed to FaceTime Micah Richards live on the BBC between all that too. Grealish was decked out in a hi-vis vest, for some reason, and repeatedly told to not swear.

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It's enough to spin your head reading it all. The party has only just begun, however.

Less than 24 hours later, Grealish was on a plane and touched down in Ibiza to visit Wayne Lineker’s O Beach club.

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Lineker posted a picture of the pair to Instagram and captioned it: "Here he is… @jackgrealish."

There's a reason everyone was waiting for Grealish to win a trophy. Box-office stuff.

It's been a tricky debut campaign in Manchester for the former Villa man however and he's had to get used to manager Pep Guardiola's system.

Often an instinctive player, the man himself admitted he gets inside his own head at times on the pitch.

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When asked if he felt he'd played 'safe' in his debut season, Grealish told Sky Sports: "Yeah, at times.

"For example in the second half last week, against West Ham, I felt like once I’d scored I was like 'Come on, give me the ball,' and I was running at people, trying to create things.

"I even spoke to people I’m close to after the game, my dad, I was like 'I felt like myself then, playing today,'

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"Hopefully I can bring that next season. I’m sure I will."

Featured Image Credit: Jack Grealish/Instagram

Topics: Manchester City, Jack Grealish, Premier League, England

Daniel Marland
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