Roy Keane gave Jack Grealish some fun advice after Manchester City’s win.

Jack Grealish was in a good mood after receiving the Premier League Championship Medal.

The Manchester City player joined Sky Sports experts Gary Neville, Jamie Redknapp, Micah Richards and Roy Keane for a post-match interview, the latter of which provided a pretty entertaining guide to the British.

When asked what advice Jack Grealish would give him after beating Aston Villa 3-2, the Manchester United legend gave an amusing wit.

“Put the top shelf off and stick to the beer,” he replied.

The response stitched Grealish and the rest of the panel together, but the £100m man insisted he had no intention of calming down.

When asked if that was the plan, Grealish replied: “Not for the next three nights. It’s not a chance. It could be four.”

A rather large postseason celebration for the first Premier League winner is clearly forming.

Going against his usual wild attitude, Keane has urged Grealish to have a good time after a terrific city season.

Keane said: why not Fantastic, well done.”

Grealish didn’t play against his previous club for the final game of the season featuring another last-day comeback story for Manchester City to claim the league title.

Ilkay Gundogan scored the winning goal in the 81st minute, and it was a dramatic last day for City to score two to three in five minutes.

Grealish scored three goals and provided three assists throughout the season and joined to celebrate his first Prem medal since a big transfer.

Roy Keane, on the other hand, didn’t enjoy it much because he intervened in a Manchester City celebration, the former captain of United.

Former City defender and fellow Sky Sports expert Micah Richards has been spotted celebrating with the City squad.

Roy Keane apparently found himself in a better situation and cynically said: Fantastic.

When Richards and Grealish hugged and confirmed that they would go out into town together, City players caused hysteria by extending the invitation to Roy Keane.

Despite the joke, Keane praised Grealish in the post-match comments.

“I think next year he’ll be even better,” Keane said.

“Jack is still learning… it takes time to adjust when it comes to bigger clubs.”


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