PREMIER - Grealish on move to City: ''I wouldn’t say I’ve struggled''
Jack Grealish, a Manchester City midfielder, has stated that transitioning to Pep Guardiola's methods has been more challenging than he expected.
Grealish joined City from Aston Villa in a British record £100 million trade this summer, and has since made 15 appearances for his new team, scoring two goals and assisting three times.
The England player argues in an interview with the Telegraph that he has "so much more to give."
“I’ve found it a lot more difficult than I thought I would, adapting to a different manager and team-mates,” he said.
“At first I thought I’d have more of the ball, get more assists and goals but it doesn’t work like that at all. I’ve had nowhere near as much of the ball as I used to get at Villa.
“I wouldn’t say I’ve struggled, but I found it hard to get used to at the start. I’ve not had the assists and goals I got last season, but I’m never one to doubt myself.”