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Aston Villa were concerned about Jack Grealish after the loss vs Leicester

Aston Villa were blown away by Leicester City, as a Jamie Vardy brace, alongside goals from Jonny Evans and Kelechi Iheanacho condemned them to a 4-1 loss.

Even if the Foxes are flying this season, the resounding nature of the loss will have left a bitter taste for many involved with Villa.

That was certainly the case for Jack Grealish, who spoke honestly after the game, stating that the team were simply not good enough against the side currently occupying second place.

Grealish was the scorer of Villa’s goal, but that seemed to be absolutely no consolation for the captain judging by the way he spoke.

The talismanic figure looked a man who was pained by the result and showing, something that plenty of fans picked up on and left a comment about.

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One fan claimed they were “not surprised he looks deflated and disappointed” due to a disparity in the performance levels of he and his teammates.

This has begun to bring about concerns that the 24-year-old could eventually leave Villa Park in pursuit of a higher level of football.

The club may be 17th in the table, out of the relegation because of goals scored, but Grealish has been in impressive form since returning to the Premier League.

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Across 16 appearances in the league and Carabao Cup, Grealish has already managed six goals and five assists.

One fan has claimed they would be “shocked” if Villa keep hold of their leader, while another “wouldn’t blame him” for leaving.

This comes after the player nearly joined Tottenham in the summer of 2018.

In other news, one Villa man has been slated for their performance against Leicester.

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