Jack Grealish has given Man Utd fans a glimpse of what they could expect if he completes a move to Old Trafford this summer during a training session in Greece.
The Aston Villa skipper has headed to the Greek island of Mykonos for some extra sessions on his own ahead of the new Premier League campaign, which gets underway on September 12.
Whether the 24-year-old is still part of the Villans squad when opening weekend comes around remains to be seen, with Grealish heavily linked with a summer move to the Red Devils.
And it seems should he join Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, the playmaker is in line to hit the ground running if footage from his training sessions in Greece are anything to go by.
Grealish was training in a session organised by Mykonos Performance, a training company based on the Greek Island in the middle of the Aegean Sea.
The 24-year-old was seen being put through a host of drills in footage shared on Mykonos Performance's Instagram page, testing both his physical levels and his ability with the ball at his feet.
Having been nominated for last season's Premier League player of the season award, it came as little surprise to see the Villa captain ace every drill on the Greek island.
And it seems Utd may have to show a similar level of agility if they are to land Grealish this summer after a divisional rival joined the race for the 24-year-old's signature.
Having come close to signing the playmaker last summer, Tottenham are said to be weighing up another move again for Grealish in the coming weeks.
It's believed Spurs see the Villa star as someone who could fill the hole left by Christian Eriksen after the Dane joined Inter Milan in January.
So whoever has Grealish in their squad for the opening round of Premier League matches, be it Utd, Villa or Tottenham, look set to have a player in tip-top shape.
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