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Jack Grealish Builds ‘Healthy Bar’ in His House After Drinking Spree With Man City
- Man City's Jack Grealish is said to have set up a leisure centre in his multi-million home
- A bar is among the new features of the home he shares with his fiancee Sasha Atwood
- Grealish was in the headlines last month for his celebrations after City won the treble
Jack Grealish has reportedly built a bar in his multi-million dollar house, weeks after going on a four-day bender to celebrate Manchester City's historic season.
City became only the second English side in history to complete the elusive treble after beating Inter Milan in the UEFA Champions League final.
They had previously pipped Arsenal to the Premier League trophy before beating Manchester United in the FA Cup final.
Per videos online, Grealish led the celebrations on multiple occasions, with the merrymaking hitting fever pitch after the Cityzens' win in Istanbul.
The English forward was seen in the same kit the following morning after the victory before they headed put to Ibiza. He was then spotted helping police control the crowd during the open-air trophy parade.
As the Sun reports, the 27-year-old has now built a bar in his house but - contrary to what many think the bar would serve - it will only have healthy drinks such as wheatgrass shots and spirulina smoothies.
The publication further adds the bar would probably serve Grealish's fiancee, Sasha Atwood, better given her early morning gym routines.
The 'healthy bar' is among the new leisure items the former Aston Villa captain has introduced, in addition to a plunge room, a sauna, a spa, and a changing room.
Grealish involved in gruelling drills
After England's game against Malta on June 16, a video spotted by Sports Brief showed Grealish engaged in a running drill under the supervision of a coach.
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This was much-needed for the winger, who would want to get himself into peak condition after watching from the sub's bench without playing a single minute.
After the game, Grealish was also mobbed by a group of eager stewards, who were eager to take photos with the Man City superstar and acquire his autograph.