Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has expressed disappointment with the performance of club target Jack Grealish in our 3-0 win over Aston Villa.
The former United fullback also said that that the midfielder still has a lot if improvements to make in his game.
Neville, who was commentating on the game for Sky Sports said:
“He’s coming too deep. Far too deep and too wide,” Neville said in the dying moments of United’s victory.
“Goals and assists are hard to come by when you’re in these sorts of positions, walking with the ball.
“It’s simple: the most talented players have to get in and around that 18-yard box and receive the ball there as many times as possible.
“Far too often – particularly if they’re an immature type of player – and I think Grealish has still got an element of immaturity in him – they go and fetch the ball, move away.”