Grealish in Man City
Source: The Mirror

Man City manager Pep Guardiola opens up about Jack Grealish and Josko Gvardiol ahead of their game at Luton in the FA Cup. Guardiola confirms that the 28-year-old will be fit to play their next game against Luton. Grealish was out of the squad after pulling up with an injury at Copenhagen earlier this month in the Champions League. He was expected to be out for a month but the English winger recovered quickly and will be back in the very next game of City. 

Grealish was surprisingly added to the bench against Bournemouth but wasn’t used during the match even though they were under pressure to protect their 1-0 lead. Now it’s confirmed that Grealish will be getting a chance to play at Kenilworth Road, where he has already scored this season. 

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Source: talkSPORT

Man City’s Jack Grealish to be back soon after recovering from injury

Grealish hasn’t played since suffering the injury in the first half of the Champions League victory over Copenhagen earlier this month. But the 28-year-old is highly expected to be back in the starting 11 after Man City boss Guardiola updated his fitness by saying “Good” when asked in Monday’s pre-match press conference. 

Since joining Guardiola’s team in 2022 for a huge amount of money, the 28-year-old has had a mixed time at the Etihad Stadium. He struggled at first but then improved and became an important player for Guardiola during their successful season last year. However, the arrival of Jeremy Doku last summer and the increased use of Phil Foden in his favorite position has led to Grealish being less important in the team this season.

Josko Gvardiol is also expected to come back soon in the squad. He has also been doing well with his training as was exclaimed by the Man City Boss in the press conference. 

“Josko is good too,” he said. “We train this afternoon but he is training without much pain. He still hasn’t trained with us but he’s on the verge of coming back. We train this afternoon but I think everyone [else] is fine.”

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