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Jack Grealish Names Four English Stars Who Could 'Get Into Any Team In The World'

Jack Grealish Names Four English Stars Who Could 'Get Into Any Team In The World'

Jack Grealish claims that Gareth Southgate’s England has "so much talent" going into this summer’s Euro 2020, "especially the attackers."

Adnan Riaz

Adnan Riaz

Aston Villa star Jack Grealish has insisted that four of his fellow England internationals could play for "any team in the world or any national team."

The 25-year-old England international recently missed out on Villa's 1-1 draw with Newcastle due to a lower leg injury.

But Grealish's form this season has already seen pundits and fans call on him to start for Gareth Southgate's England at the rescheduled Euro 2020 tournament.

The Euros will be held in June and July this year due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking about Euro 2020, Grealish praised Tottenham striker Harry Kane, Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling and Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho.

The Villa star added that the aforementioned four English stars could make it into any team in the world.

PA

PA

PA

When asked if England could win Euro 2020, Grealish told BBC Sport: "Yeah, defo. I think we got so much talent this year, especially the attackers.

"I mean, you look at Harry Kane, Rashford, Sancho, Sterling. I think the four there could get into any team in the world or any national team as well."

Grealish has made 22 appearances in the Premier League this season and scored six times and registered 12 assists.

Despite his impressive league form, Grealish faces stiff competition for England's No 10 as Southgate has several options to call upon.

City's Phil Foden, Leicester City's James Maddison and Chelsea's Mason Mount could all be in contention for a starting position in England's Euro 2020 squad.

United legend Rio Ferdinand suggested last month that Grealish was the "best player in the league."

The 42-year-old BT Sport pundit added that he would be "putting him [Grealish] at No 10," saying that he 'loves' watching him.

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Topics: Aston Villa, Football, Jack Grealish, Premier League, England, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling