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Jack Grealish Has Unveiled Yet Another New Look Which Will Divide Fans

Daniel Marland

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Jack Grealish Has Unveiled Yet Another New Look Which Will Divide Fans

Jack Grealish appears to have changed up his hair once again - opting for a full blond look and keeping it long.

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The Manchester City forward posted images to social media last week which appeared to show him ditching the longer hair for a shorter style.

But he took to the field against Fulham in the FA Cup and in Wednesday's clash with Brentford rocking his trademark headband and just a trim.

Images posted online by City_Xtra have shown there was a bigger change-up in the works.

Fans online are split on the style and they've been quick to react.

One commented: "Are we going for the Salon d'Or at Man City?"

Another put: "I would like to speak to the manager please."

A third said: "A few months in Manchester and he’s already transformed into Gail Platt."

While one user wrote: "He's almost unrecognisable here."

Some have speculated the pictures could be old, but we'll have to wait and see how Grealish comes out for Saturday's clash with Norwich City.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

The 26-year-old arrived from Aston Villa in a £100 million move last summer and has found it difficult to adapt to life at the Etihad.

Grealish has shown glimpses of what he's all about but not recaptured the form he had with boyhood side Villa.

City fans have taken to the England international however and many defended him after a video emerged on social media earlier this week.

Grealish, as well as teammates Kyle Walker and Riyad Mahrez, were turned away from Albert's Schloss in Manchester.

City boss Pep Guardiola defended the trio in his pre-match press conference and stressed the video didn't provide full context.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

"I'm so upset because they didn't invite me," the Spaniard joked. "I don't like it! Hopefully, next time they can invite me for dinner.

"The video didn't show exactly what happened. Dinner together sober, enjoying time with mates and backroom staff.

"The players know the risk when they go out because of social media but all of them — Riyad, Kyle, Ally [Marland, a club kitman], Jack — were perfect. But they will be fined because they didn't invite me!"

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Manchester City, Jack Grealish

Daniel Marland
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