Man City player Jack Grealish insists England still has ‘more to give’ ahead of France clash


Jack Grealish has insisted England still has ‘more to give’ as they prepare to take on France this weekend.

The Three Lions will have to overcome arguably the strongest side left in the competition, as they bid to make it into back-to-back World Cup semi-finals. Gareth Southgate’s side however are in fine form entering into this weekend’s clash, having not conceded since their opening group game against Iran.

With Grealish netting in that very 6-2 victory, the City forward’s chances have been limited in the Middle East so far. Happy to be playing in his part, Grealish has insisted that this group of England players are some of the finest footballers he has had the pleasure of sharing the dressing room with.

”I don’t think so. I don’t want to go into too much on them as I know what the headlines will be then,” began the 27-year-old City star. ”Listen they are a brilliant team and they are World champions for a reason, we know what we have in our dressing room.

”We have bundles of talent and this is no disrespect to the teams of the past but this is one of the most talented England teams you’ll see. The players we have at the moment, Phil Foden, Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham, it is frightening when you are around them every day in training. I think there is so much more to come from us.”

Hoping to make it into the last four of the competition, England knows they will work cut out against a side containing defensive stalwarts including that of Manchester United star Raphael Varane. The 29-year-old has been in stellar form thus far and will hope to end the hopes of progression for his fellow United clubmates on Sunday no doubt.


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