The 25-year-old signed on the dotted line on Thursday evening, agreeing a six-year deal after another standout season at boyhood club Aston Villa.
Our new No. 10 was equally influential for his national team at this summer’s European Championships, grabbing two assists en route to England’s first major international final in 55 years.
After scoring the goal which staved off relegation on the final day of the 2019-20 season, Grealish was instrumental once again in the Villans’ second campaign back in the Premier League, helping the midlands club to an 11th-placed finish.
Only three players, including new City teammate Kevin De Bruyne, registered more than his ten assists across the 2020-21 season, and those exploits saw his initial FPL price tag rise from £7.0 to an impressive £7.5 by the season’s end.
Considering he missed almost three months of the campaign due to a shin injury, Grealish’s return of 135 total points is also a hugely impressive feat.
Incredibly, his signature means that City now boast six of last season's top 12 midfielders.
With his stock continuing to rise, Jack’s price in the popular game has once again increased ahead of the new campaign, with the City man commanding a fee of £8.0.
The midfielder also shares his £8.0 price tag with Phil Foden, as FPL managers are faced with the prospect of picking a 15-strong squad from a transfer kitty of £100m.
However, to make those crucial decisions all the more difficult, just three players can be selected from each Premier League club.
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