Jack Grealish offers glimpse at fresh career path after giving himself new nickname | Football | Sport
Manchester City winger Jack Grealish revealed a new career interest during a training session in England and has already given himself a nickname. The 28-year-old is known for enjoying a night out and was pictured celebrating City’s treble-winning season.
However, he could soon be on the other side of the DJ booth after revealing his new interest. Grealish was filmed training with the England team ahead of their European Championship qualifier against Malta.
The video goes to Grealish in conversation with Arsenal star Declan Rice with the City winger saying he had ‘started DJing’. The former Aston Villa striker has revealed his nickname is ‘DJ Grealo’.
Then Grealish added: “I started learning, lessons. I said it in an interview about a year ago, but I never had a lesson until two weeks ago.”
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However, it could be a while until Grealish swaps his football boots for the DJ decks after finding the skill harder than he thought. He said: “It’s so difficult. I was there for three hours. I came out and I didn’t know anything!”
Grealish was an unused substitute in England’s 2-0 win over Malta at Wembley on Friday night. The City man could be called into action as Gareth Southgate’s side travel to North Macedonia on Monday hoping to qualify among the top five group winners with the best records.
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