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Jack Grealish Casually Sinking Free-Kick After Free-Kick In 90 Second Clip Is Just Magnificent To Watch

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Jack Grealish Casually Sinking Free-Kick After Free-Kick In 90 Second Clip Is Just Magnificent To Watch

It turns out Aston Villa's man of the moment Jack Grealish can take a seriously good free-kick. Who knew?

The 25-year-old midfielder has registered eight Premier League assists so far this season, as well as six goals in all competitions - and continues to play a key role in a revitalised Villa team under Dean Smith in the 2020/21 campaign.

Grealish's ability to pick out a pass is certainly one of his biggest assests, along with his outstanding ability to dribble past opponents with his quick feet and agility. [As well as winning free-kicks]

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But perhaps the most underrated parts of his game is his free-kick taking ability.

In a 90 second clip that recently emerged online, the England international casually nets five free-kicks in a row during a training session - making things look way too easy. This is something else.

Grealish has been linked with a move away from Villa after an impressive campaign for club and country - and former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has urged his former club to sign the player at any cost.

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The club were linked with the talented midfielder last summer but no official bid was ever announced and Villa kept hold of their captain.

But Ferdinand believes the 25-year-old would be the perfect addition to the attacking riches Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already, as the former defender denied that would mean a surplus of talent at Old Trafford.

Image: PA
Image: PA

"Good players find a way to play together, they figure it out," Ferdinand told his FIVE YouTube channel.

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"Can you imagine that team, if you had Scott McTominay holding, Pogba alongside him, maybe a bit higher, Bruno [Fernandes] in the 10, Grealish on the left, Rashford up top and Greenwood on the right?

"Imagine that, I'm licking my lips right now."

Featured Image Credit: PA/Twitter

Topics: Training, Football News, Aston Villa, Football, Free-kick, Jack Grealish, Premier League

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