Jack Grealish reveals he is 'trying to learn to DJ'

The Becks of the decks! Jack Grealish reveals he is ‘trying to learn to DJ’ and jokes he’s already got the moniker ‘DJ Grealo’ as Manchester City star opens up on his hobbies away from football… including trying to learn Spanish

  • Jack Grealish has revealed he is looking to find hobbies outside of football
  • The Manchester City star is learning to DJ and trying to master Spanish
  • He admitted to ‘not doing much’ outside of football beyond watching TV
  • ‘DJ Grealo’ said he ‘loves every kind of music’, and would mix ‘a bit of everything’

Manchester City star Jack Grealish has revealed he is learning to DJ, but admitted he is still ‘rubbish’ and will need time to perfect the skill.

The England winger ‘loves every kind of music’ and said his style would mix a number of different genres of music.

Speaking to Josh Denzel for BT Sport, Grealish said: ‘I like every type of music. I’m trying to learn to DJ at the moment, DJ Grealo! I’m awful but everything takes time.’

Manchester City’s Jack Grealish has revealed he is looking to find hobbies outside of football

‘DJ Grealo’ told Josh Denzel he ‘loves every kind of music’, and would mix ‘a bit of everything’

‘People say Djing once you get the hang of it it’s something you can really enjoy. I don’t know what my genre would be, I think I’d be a bit of everything: 80s, House, RnB, Hip Hop, 90s.’

Grealish went on to talk about trying to find interests away from his day job. He said: ‘I want to try and learn some stuff outside of football. I watch some stuff on TV but when I thought about it I don’t actually do much outside of football.

‘I’m trying to learn Spanish as well, Spanish in a Brummy accent!’

The 27-year-old winger admitted to ‘not doing much’ outside of football beyond watching TV

Aside from his hobbies, Grealish is beginning to live up his hefty price tag on the pitch.

He was criticised last season for failing to make much of an impact at the Etihad after arriving for £100 million, but has impressed in recent weeks and kept Manchester United’s Casemiro quiet in the derby last week.

The 27-year-old will be a key part of City’s push for trophies this season, and could be in action tonight when they face Copenhagen in the Champions League. 




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