Who is Jack Grealish's girlfriend? A look into the Aston Villa star's lesser-known personal life
English footballer Jack Grealish has centered conversations for one too many reasons. While the 25-year-old's professional achievements have earned him an impregnable reputation, Aston Villa's winger has maintained enough privacy surrounding his personal life, which has always sparked interests among his fans to learn about the lesser-known aspect of his celebrity life.
Grealish is presently in the news after Sky Sports pundit Richards claimed that Manchester City had shown some interest in signing the Villa player. While Grealish’s sports career in the near future has gathered quite the attention, many continue to wonder what’s happening on the personal front for the footballer and who he might be dating, to be more precise.
Who is Grealish’s girlfriend?
For quite some time, rumors are rife that Grealish is allegedly moving away from the boyhood club and his fans are keen to know if he is, in fact, interested in anyone. However, as reported by HITC.com, the Villa star is currently not seeing anyone. The report further confirms that he is "single". Grealish may be an eligible bachelor at the moment, but he has been involved in one longterm relationship and has even been pictured with his ex-girlfriend on multiple occasions.
For the uninitiated, Grealish reportedly previously dated a Sasha Attwood, who was his longtime girlfriend, often seen cheering her beau at his matches. According to Express UK, she is a model from Birmingham, who is signed with MOT models. The duo apparently met in secondary school when they were only teenagers.
Attwood was reportedly spotted by an agent at the age of 13 when she was out shopping with her mother. Even though neither Grealish nor Attwood confirmed that they had called quits on their high school love story, Dating Calebs reported that they are "not dating anymore". Perhaps, only time can tell who would be the one to win Grealish's heart next.
As far as his personal life is concerned, the football champion was born in Birmingham, West Midlands. He did his schooling from Our Lady of Compassion Roman Catholic Primary School and St Peter's Roman Catholic Secondary School in Solihull. He has reportedly been a lifelong fan of Aston Villa and joined the club at the age of six.
He was also a part of the club's under-19 team that won the 2012–13 NextGen Series. At the age of 25, he is the recipient of numerous honors including, FAI Under-17 Irish International Player of the Year, FAI Under-21 Irish International Player of the Year, Aston Villa Player of the Season, Aston Villa Young Player of the Season and PFA Team of the Year: 2018–19 Championship.