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Pundit says 28-year-old Man City player really needs to change his game.

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Patrick Nevin has stated that Jack Grealish must modify his style of play in order to develop into a premier winger.

The analyst discussed Grealish’s difficulty with this positional change on the most recent episode of the Off The Ball podcast. Grealish, in his opinion, was more of an attacking midfielder during his time at Aston Villa.According to Pat Nevin, Jack Grealish must modify his style of play in order to develop into a premier winger.

The 28-year-old, according to Graeme Souness, is excessively “predictable” and it is doubtful that teams would attempt to acquire him if he were available.

 

However, Rio Ferdinand believes that Pep Guardiola may choose the Englishman’s experience over Jeremy Doku’s directness as the season comes to a close.

 

Pat Nevin now asserts that Manchester City sensation Jack Grealish must improve his effectiveness from wide out. Grealish continues to generate attention.”During his time at [Aston Villa], when he played as a [No. 10], he had an exceptional understanding of the game and possessed every virtue. Although he desires to see everything from all sides, he is a natural 10 degrees; however, you have 25 degrees ahead of you on the wing. “Due to his current position, he appears to be seeing less than he once did,” Nevin explained on the Off The Ball podcast.

 

“He has the vision to see it, but the environment makes it more difficult to do so; thus, he is encountering obstacles. Jack must adapt because he is not going to achieve the 10, [Phil] Foden will earn that position first, and [Bernardo] Sliva will earn that position first. He must relearn and cease doing the same thing.Bernardo Silva could assist Jack Grealish in reaching his full potential as a winger.

A potential strategy for Pat Nevin to optimize Jack Grealish’s performance wide is to partner him with Bernardo Silva on the left flank.

 

This was exemplified to perfection during this season’s Manchester Derby, when the Portuguese maestro maintained the width on the flank, allowing Grealish to play more centrally, which is more to the point of his game.Furthermore, this coupling enabled the former Aston Villa attacker to be isolated from Diogo Dalot of Manchester United, whom he shredded with his deft passing and quick feet.

 

It has been a success each time Bernardo Silva and Jack Grealish have shared the wing responsibilities; that could be one solution to assist Grealish in regaining his peak form.

 

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