Trevor Sinclair insists Jack Grealish will take his profession to the subsequent stage if he joins Man City.
The Aston Villa captain has been linked with a record-breaking £100million switch to the Premier League champions this summer season.
Grealish scored six objectives and registered 10 assists earlier than a shin harm dominated him out for 3 months through the 2020/21 marketing campaign.
Former City midfielder Sinclair believes Grealish’s harm issues will likely be a factor of the previous on the Etihad.
He advised Friday’s talkSPORT Breakfast: “Pep [Guardiola] will get Grealish enjoying the ball faster as a result of that’s how Manchester City play.
“He received’t take so many knocks and he received’t decide up so many accidents. That’s actually necessary.
“Jack Wilshere at all times waited till the final minute to do away with the ball and he took a variety of heavy knocks.
“It’s not good on your future, it’s not good on your longevity and health in case you’re at all times taking knocks, having per week or two weeks off.
“So not solely will it assist Grealish combine into that Manchester City aspect, it is going to additionally assist him with the harm issues that he’s had.”
Grealish is nearly sure to make Gareth Southgate’s 26-man squad for Euro 2020, which will likely be introduced subsequent week.
The 25-year-old has performed 207 minutes of first-team soccer since February, however seems to be set to play a giant half for England on the match.