Jack Grealish jets off to Dubai on holiday to get over heartbreak of England Euro 2024 axe

JACK GREALISH will get over the heartbreak of his England Euros axe with a well-earned trip to Dubai.

The Manchester City midfielder was a surprise exclusion from Gareth Southgate’s final squad.

Jack Grealish missed out on Gareth Southgate’s final England squadGetty

InstagramGrealish’s brother shared where he and Jack will be based for the Euros[/caption]

InstagramThe massive apartment looked luxurious[/caption]


His lack of game-time for the Premier League champions is believed to be the main reason he missed out.

But Grealish – who is a notorious party-lover – has made plans to enjoy the unexpected time off.

He has jetted to Dubai where his brother Kevan and a group of pals have booked a massive apartment.

Kevan shared pictures on social media of the location – which is where Grealish will cheer on England from.

He is also planning a holiday with his long-term partner Sasha Attwood, who had been expecting to join Wags in Germany.

Sasha has not joined Jack and his brother in Dubai and has remained in Cheshire.

A source said: “Jack intends to enjoy the unexpected time off.”

Grealish led Manchester City’s celebrations into the early hours after his side secured a historic fourth successive Premier League title.

GettyGrealish is planning a separate holiday with girlfriend Sasha Attwood[/caption]

InstagramAttwood has supported Grealish at his previous tournaments[/caption]


What Southgate said about axed England stars

WHAT Gareth Southgate said about his axed England stars after confirming his 26-man England squad for Euro 2024.

Harry Maguire

“The decision on Harry [Maguire] is totally about his physical condition and his recovery from the injury. There is no other reason as he is one of our strongest centre-backs.

“Harry has made some progress, but it’s been complicated and we wouldn’t have had him in the group stages. There were too many hurdles to get through without being clear where we might get to.

“Knowing we haven’t got a clean bill of health across the rest of the backline, we need players who are fit and ready to go from the start.

“It was a really difficult call, you know how I feel about Harry, what he’s done for England and for me as a manager. “

Jack Grealish

“I have just delivered a really difficult conversation to a lad who is devastated.

“I think the world of him as a kid.“It certainly doesn’t get any easier.

“You put yourself in the shoes of a player, a parent. You understand that for these players this is a devastating moment.

“We knew we had a couple of really difficult days coming up.”

James Maddison

“Madders [Maddison] and Jack [Grealish] would have provided us with something different as well and they’ve been tough calls.

“They’re calls we’ve gone over and over and over as a group of staff to try to be fair and to try to use the right rationale.

“We back our decisions but we recognise we could have gone a different route. The boys are big characters, fabulous team-mates and great boys to work with.

“It’s sad to have to deliver that news to them.”

Jarrad Branthwaite

“It’s a bit early for Jarrad [Branthwaite]. He has had a fabulous season, it was good to get him on the pitch the other night.

“But of course, in an ideal world, you’d like that balance of left-footers. For him to be in ahead of the others, I don’t think it would have been the right call at this stage.”

Jarell Quansah

“Jarell Quansah has stayed with us. He’s not had the experience of an England international at Wembley. It’ll be great for him to be us for the game.

“Hopefully we’re not needing to call anyone else in.”

The star was seen sporting a £2,000 outfit and posted a video of himself singing Natasha Bedingfield’s Unwritten as the party at a Greek restaurant went on until 5am.

Players including Rodri and Kevin De Bruyne were seen looking worse for wear as they stumbled out with minders following the celebratory meal at Fenix in Manchester.

It followed a 3-1 win over West Ham United to complete City’s sixth league success in seven seasons under their manager Pep Guardiola.

Grealish wore a striking Gucci suit – a brand for which he is an ambassador – to a celebratory dinner.

He later posted a clip on his Instagram Stories of him singing the lyric ‘the rest is still unwritten’, while holding a drink and showing off his winner’s medal.

Inside German castle England Wags plan to stay at for Euro 2024

England’s Wags plan to stay in a luxury German castle during the Euros this summer.

A source revealed they are keen to let their hair down after abiding by strict rules at the World Cup in Qatar, and are planning a stay in a private, secluded area.

The Wags have scouted the five-star Schlosshotel resort in Kronberg, where rooms cost up to £1,750 a night, and the Schloss Auel Boutique Hotel in Lohmar.

The hotel also offers a limousine service for guests, comes with on-call masseuses and butlers and boasts a Porsche rental service.

The group are also looking at Schloss Auel Boutique Hotel in Lohmar.

It offers cocktail bars, Michelin star chefs and a team of personal assistants to assist with any requests.

The group could include Kieran Trippier’s wife Charlotte, Jordan Pickford’s wife Megan, Harry Maguire’s wife Fern, Kyle Walker’s wife Annie and Luke Shaw’s partner Anouska Santos.

Read more on the Wags’ plans for the summer.

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