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Ruben Dias has been rinsed by Manchester City teammates for Instagram post, Jack Grealish went in

Josh Lawless

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Ruben Dias has been rinsed by Manchester City teammates for Instagram post, Jack Grealish went in

Ruben Dias has been destroyed by his Manchester City teammates on Instagram after posting pictures from his Men's Health Portugal cover shoot.

Dias is the cover star for the November magazine in his native Portugal and his multiple page spread features a slew of topless pictures.

The centre-back, who won the PFA Player of the Year in his first season in the Premier League, showed off his impressive physique in the snaps.


Yet his colleagues at City proceeded to rinse him on Instagram. Compatriot Bernardo Silva tagged Joao Cancelo with a laughing emoji and he commented, "Put more oil in", as well as writing, 'Can't stand it anymore mate what's he come to".

But the biggest and most notable comment came from Jack Grealish, who simply wrote, "F*** off Ruben" in response to the former Benfica man's new set of images.

If that's what is being commented on his official Instagram post for millions to see, just imagine the kind of stick Dias is getting behind-closed doors in the City dressing room.

But you'd suspect Grealish wouldn't be given a free pass from the banter given he reportedly signed a seven-figure deal to become an official ambassador with fashion giants Gucci.

He has also had his own clothing collection with boohooMan, as has Kyle Walker in recent times - though it's said Grealish has been teased by the squad calling him "Mr Gucci" and asking him for freebies.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy & Men's Health

Topics: Manchester City, Jack Grealish, Joao Cancelo, Ruben Dias

Josh Lawless
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