Jack Grealish training at Juventus facilities following Euro 2024 squad snub

    Jack Grealish is back grafting and has been spotted training at Juventus’ facilities following his brutal Euro 2024 snub.

    The Manchester City star was dropped from the England 33-man provisional squad ahead of the European Championship this summer.


    Grealish is still working hard this summerCredit: Jack Grealish Instagram

    Gareth Southgate decided to leave the winger behind after a season where he managed just three goals with City in all competitions.

    However, the 28-year-old is desperate to get back to top form and is already putting in the hard yards despite most players on their holidays.

    Taking to social media, Grealish posted a video of himself in Italy where he was training at one of Juventus’ facilities.

    The video showed the forward at the end of a training session, taking part in some intense work on one of Juve’s academy pitches.

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    The caption read: “8pm, 25 degrees, perfect.”

    Grealish saw his first-team chances drop last season after the arrival of Jeremy Doku, who can play on either flank.

    Injuries also harmed the former Aston Villa ace and he was restricted to 20 appearances in the Premier League.

    City still had a successful year, though, reclaiming their Premier League crown, though they could not replicate their treble glory after losing the FA Cup to Manchester United and crashing out of the Champions League to Real Madrid.

    Grealish was training on an academy pitch owned by Juventus


    Grealish was training on an academy pitch owned by JuventusCredit: Jack Grealish Instagram
    The pitch is connected to Juventus' academy


    The pitch is connected to Juventus’ academyCredit: Instagram – @jackgrealish
    Grealish, who was part of the Euro 2020 and 2022 World Cup squad, was left out of the Euro 2024 squad


    Grealish, who was part of the Euro 2020 and 2022 World Cup squad, was left out of the Euro 2024 squadCredit: Getty

    England, meanwhile, have had a mixed start to their Euro 2024 campaign.

    After narrowly beating Serbia in their opening match, they drew with Denmark following a turgid display.

    Southgate has come under criticism for putting players out of position, including Trent Alexander-Arnold in midfield.

    Phil Foden has started both matches for England on the left-hand side, Grealish’s preferred position, but has not made much of an impact as of yet.

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