Jack Grealish has revealed that winning a trophy at international would top Manchester City’s historic 2022/23 treble.
Grealish’s next shot at international glory comes in just under a year when England take part in Euro 2024. The Three Lions are 9/2 to win the competition with bet365.
Grealish on international glory
Manchester City made history last season when they became only the second side in the Premier League to complete the proper treble.
City did so by beating Arsenal in the league, Inter Milan in the Champions League and Manchester United in the FA Cup final.
Following the treble, Grealish has admitted it’s tough to think of things that would beat the 2022/23 campaign for Pep Guardiola’s side, other than securing England’s first trophy since their infamous 1966 World Cup triumph:
“I don’t mean this to sound weird but it is difficult in a way because you have such a high of winning the treble and then you do think ‘what would ever top that?” he told reporters.
“Obviously doing something at international level definitely would. But then even at club level you think ‘what would top it?’ Maybe to win all four including the Carabao Cup but we went out of that last week. You probably think about doing an ‘Invincible’ season but we got beat.
“To do what we did last year again would be unbelievable and to do something at international level with this group of players would be unbelievable.”