Jack Grealish grins as Man City stars get to work with England after Treble party


How many hours of sleep have you had Jack? Grealish grins through his ‘world of pain’ hangover as Man City’s five England Treble winners join training with Gareth Southgate’s squad

  • City’s Champions League heroes have been pictured at St. George’s Park
  • Manchester City’s Treble-winning stars will be eased into England training
  • Grealish was seen smiling despite being in a ‘world of pain’ from celebrating

Manchester City‘s Champions League heroes have been pictured together at St. George’s Park after linking up with the England squad ahead of their Euro qualifiers. 

Phil Foden, John StonesKalvin Phillips, Kyle Walker and Jack Grealish were seen posing for a photo at the England training base on Wednesday morning. 

The five players – who were dressed head-to-toe in England kit – appeared to be in good spirits after securing the treble with Pep Guardiola’s side. 

Grealish was even seen smiling despite admitting to being in a ‘world of pain’ after celebrating Manchester City’s achievements. 

However, the treble-winning stars will be eased into training and rested for England’s Euro 2024 qualifier in Malta after the Champions League final.

Manchester City's Champions League heroes have been pictured together at St. George's Park

Manchester City’s Champions League heroes have been pictured together at St. George’s Park

Grealish was smiling despite being in a 'world of pain' after celebrating Man City's treble

Grealish was smiling despite being in a ‘world of pain’ after celebrating Man City’s treble

England's camp at St. George's Park put an end to Grealish's four-day celebrations after helping City win the treble by beat Inter Milan in Champions League

The 27-year-old England star made use of the plane's intercom on the return from Turkey much to his teammates' amusement

England’s camp at St. George’s Park put an end to Grealish’s four-day celebrations after helping City win the treble by beat Inter Milan in Champions League 

England’s camp at St. George’s Park put an end to Grealish’s four-day celebrations after helping City win the treble by beating Inter Milan in Champions League.

Grealish was responsible for kicking off festivities in Istanbul by leading the chants in the dressing room after their 1-0 win over the Serie A side. 

The England international then left the stadium with a Heineken in hand, along with a speaker blaring out Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Everywhere’.

The 27-year-old, who stayed out until sunrise for two successive nights, emerged on Sunday morning still wearing his City kit, raising questions over whether he had slept.

The party continued on the plane back to England, with Grealish making use of the plane’s intercom – much to his teammates’ amusement.

Grealish was even seen stumbling off the plane and along the tarmac as he made his way into the terminal building ahead of City’s open top bur tour in Manchester. 

Grealish was front-and-centre once again for City’s victory parade. He was seen downing drinks, signing and waving to the crowd.  

As a result, Southgate has decided to rest the City quintet for the Euro 2024 qualifier in Malta and focus on preparing them for Monday’s game against North Macedonia. 

However, the City stars are expected to travel with the rest of the squad to Malta for Friday’s clash, but are not expected to start or even make the bench.

Kyle Walker was seen singing and dancing during City's celebrations

Kalvin Phillips was equally as excited during City's open top bus tour

Kyle Walker (left) and Kalvin Phillips (right) were also seen enjoying the City celebrations

Phil Foden's son (left) captured the hearts of the nation during City's treble celebrations

Phil Foden’s son (left) captured the hearts of the nation during City’s treble celebrations 

Southgate has decided to rest the City quintet for the Euro 2024 qualifier in Malta

Southgate has decided to rest the City quintet for the Euro 2024 qualifier in Malta

As a result the likes of Marc Guehi, Marcus Rashford, James Maddison and Conor Gallagher will be hoping to start in Malta. 

Chelsea duo Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell are doubts for the squad due to injury, but team-mate Raheem Sterling is expected to return. 

England face Malta on Friday evening before hosting North Macedonia three days later in the Euro 2024 qualifying matches.

England kicked off their qualifying campaign with a 2-1 win away to Italy. Southgate’s side then defeated Ukraine 2-0 at Wembley a few days later as they sit top of Group C with six points from their two matches.



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