Will Grealish make the Euro 2020 squad? Absolutely

Jack Grealish nonetheless has time to e-book his place in England’s Euro 2020 squad, Aston Villa manager Dean Smith believes.

The three-month-old midfielder returned in Thursday’s 0-0 draw with Everton.

Villa dash Grealish had been fighting a shin problem that had stored him out since February and broken his possibilities of making Gareth Southgate’s squad for Euro delays this summer season.


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Southgate can identify an prolonged 26-man squad, which will probably be introduced on Could 25, and regardless of his injury, Smith is assured Grealish – who has 5 caps – will probably be included.

He said: “Above all, it needs to be chosen to go to the Euros. I am positive it would, its high quality this season. I’ve little question he’ll continue to point out that within the last three video games.

“Clearly I do not select the team for England but when he will get recreation time, he’ll definitely present what he is as much as.

“I belief my medical workers and the switch insurance policies we can have with England. It will likely be managed appropriately, no doubts about that. We glance forward to having Jack Grealish match back for the Euros ought to he be chosen.

“Jack all the time had his feet firmly on the ground. He has change into a really mature captain of the football membership.

“I noticed that just getting into at half time (Thursday). He was one of many first who was already chatting with the players about what we may do slightly higher.

“He has matured as a youngster. He understands the sport, that is for positive. That is why he performs on the highest level. ”

The mid-table Villa goes to Crystal Palace within the Premier League on Sunday and, like Grealish, Wilfried Zaha is the Eagles’ talisman.

The forward has 10 goals this season, however regardless of Zaha and Grealish’s affect, Smith insisted that neither Palace nor Villa are over-reliant on their stars.

He said: “That is very unfair on each teams. That is solely our second season within the Premier League, we’re constructing a team that we really feel can battle for Europe.

“Jack would be the first to say that the team has improved this season, the standard of the players has improved.

“I am wanting on the team now: Ezri Konsa is pushing for an international place, as has Matt Targett, Ollie Watkins has already joined the England team and we have now John McGinn who’s getting higher and higher for Scotland.

“So the standard of our team is getting higher and higher and that is what we have to continue to do. Jack is an distinctive talent so it is vitally troublesome to get many players of that level. However we’re positively working on the players we have now. ”

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