Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has pointed out the reason why the club star Jack Grealish could struggle than expected at Etihad after his big-money transfer last summer.According to the Spanish boss, Grealish's display at Aston Villa gave him more confidence as he played to the levels he didn't expect. Guardiola says that with this belief, the England attacker will struggle to get his form at City because of the different environment and playing style.
And this comes at a time when the former Aston Villa has struggled to mark his £100m as he finds things difficult at City losing his position in the starting lineup of manager Pep Guardiola.
Manchester City is after the Premier League title this season and needs Grealish on his Aston Villa form to make their way to glory. And for the English man, he will need to find his good form back to be sure of England world cup trip.
Ours is to wait and see what happens in the coming fixtures as we expect to see Grealish improve and be on the levels, Guardiola wants at the club.
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