Jack Grealish and John McGinn are set to be reunited in claret and blue once the Premier League season resumes later this month. Dean Smith has been boosted by McGinn’s return to training since the end of lockdown with the midfielder finally able to join Grealish and Co on the training field. Villa had to play without McGinn for three months of the season after he fractured his ankle in the December defeat to Southampton. Having McGinn back for the remaining fixtures is huge for Villa – and for Grealish, who thrives alongside the Scot. And Grealish has explained what a huge blow McGinn’s injury was to Villa.
Jack Grealish said “I think he was one of the top players in the whole league before he got injured, I even spoke to players from other clubs and they were saying they couldn’t believe how good he was.”
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