Jack Grealish Is Not a Great Player, According to Popular English Pundit Graeme Souness
- Popular Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness is still unimpressed by Jack Grealish in a Manchester City shirt
- Souness said that Grealish is 'not a great player", "takes too many touches", and doesn't see the picture quick enough
- Grealish moved to City last summer in a British-record 100 million move, but his performances haven't matched the hefty price
Popular English pundit Graeme Souness has claimed that Manchester City star Jack Grealish is not a great player.
The former Aston Villa man made a big money move to Manchester last season but is yet to live up to the £100 million price tag.
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Souness says Grealish is overrated
According to TalkSPORT, the Liverpool icon said that Grealish hasn't changed one bit since his time at Aston Villa, poking holes at his style of play. Grealish scored his first goal of the season this past weekend against Wolves.
Jack Grealish is a good footballer. For me, he's not a great player. He's a good player who has got a big move and is yet to do it at Man City.
Grealish secured a British-record £100 million move to City but has only netted five goals and provided just three assists, a performance which is considered a far cry from what was expected.
I see that two ways. You’re having too many touches if you’re the most fouled player. And the reason you’re having too many touches is because you’re not seeing the picture quickly enough.
I understand why people think he is better than he actually is – because he runs with the ball and gets you on the edge of your seat.
Souness thinks that the 27-year-old needs to be quick in his decision-making.
But he doesn’t deliver enough. He doesn’t see the right picture and he doesn’t deliver it quickly enough.
Grealish is capped 23 times by England and has been called up by his manager Gareth Southgate for the upcoming Nations League fixtures. Grealish hopes to be on the plane for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Manchester United overpaid for players by a staggering £210 million
Sports Brief earlier reported on Manchester United's overpaying for players they signed in the last ten years by a whopping £210 million.
The Red Devils' fortunes have gradually deteriorated since the retirement of their successful manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013. They have tried to return to the top numerous times, but the owners' poor recruitment and lack of ambition have slowed down their climb back to the summit.