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Grealish's Dad Claims Man City Stars Spent £47,000 on Drinks During PL Title Celebrations
- Jack Grealish’s dad revealed the staggering bill that his son and company left after a night out partying
- City players have been in a festive mood since completing the treble after beating Inter 1-0 in the Champions League final
- Their celebrations entailed a trip to Ibiza, an open-top bus parade and loads of drinking
Manchester City players’ over-the-top celebrations after securing a treble came with a hefty bar bill during one of their nights out, according to interesting new reports.
Pep Guardiola’s men won a third successive league title, followed by an FA Cup triumph and a coveted Champions League to wrap up a historic season for the club.
As expected, celebrations of their achievements would typically go for days, and Jack Grealish’s dad Kevin recently opened up on how one of those nights turned out.
In the wake of their Premier League success, City players decided to turn up at the Tunnel Club, one of the Etihad Stadium’s elite suites.
Grealish’s dad was part of the celebrations that night, and in a wide-ranging interview with The Mirror, he narrated how one of the parties went down.
"To be fair to City, they've been brilliant with the celebrations and all the parties. There was one for winning the Premier League at the Tunnel Club a few weeks ago.” He said.
"The drinks bill came to £47,000, FORTY SEVEN GRAND! – I saw the receipt – and before you say it, that wasn't just Jack's drinks bill. He actually went home early that night!"
Grealish’s wild ways
While Grealish may have had a quiet night after the Premier League triumph, that was certainly not the case once his team secured the treble.
The former Aston Villa man was at the centre of celebrations and went viral for donning his match-day kit, more than 36 hours after the Champions League final.
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After a four-day partying spree, Grealish reportedly told Ben Stokes via text message that he was in a ‘world of pain’.
Despite presumably having the hangover of a lifetime, Grealish still linked up with his England teammates ahead of the Euro qualifier against Malta on Friday, June 16.
Ahead of the game, England boss Gareth Southgate sounded a subtle warning to Grealish to ease up his partying ways, as per The Guardian.
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Arsenal are looking to push for Havertz's move once they wrap up the transfer of West Ham United's midfield maestro Declan Rice, who is their top transfer target.
Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano tweeted the German ace has already given the green light over a move to north London as he would not have any problem agreeing to personal terms.