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What have Premier League footballers been doing on holiday?


After a football season like no other, Premier League footballers are earning their rest ahead of the new season. Not only did players have to play through the packed Premier League schedule, but some also had to play a World Cup in the middle of the campaign. So, let’s see exactly how some Premier League stars are deciding to unwind.

Jack Grealish

After becoming a treble winner, Jack Grealish’s celebrations were well documented.  The party fever never left the former Aston Villa winger once the June international break had finished. On his Instagram, Grealish posted a picture in Las Vegas. The only surprising aspect of his post was the fact there wasn’t a beer in his hand.

Within the last couple of days ‘Super Jack’ has chosen a more relaxing destination, currently staying in the South of France. Even on some of his Instagram stories he has pictured himself out running to maintain his fitness for the upcoming campaign. It’s not all parties and drinks for Grealish on his holidays.


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Mohamed Salah

Liverpool’s Egyptian goal scorer Mohamed Salah has been pictured out in Mykonos for his break away from football.

Surrounded by blue skies and clear water, the man who scored 19 Premier League goals last season seems to be enjoying his holiday despite rumoured interest from Saudi Arabia.


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David de Gea

The Spanish golden glove winner, David de Gea, has had a busy summer. Take away the unknown nature of his future at Manchester United, and De Gea has not only been on holiday, but he has also announced his marriage to Spanish singer Edurne.


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Raheem Sterling

This time last summer, Raheem Sterling was making his switch from Manchester City to Chelsea for £47.5m. Under new manager Mauricio Pochettino the Chelsea squad, including Sterling, is already back for pre-season.

But before the four-time Premier League champion returned to London, he jetted away to Jamaica for his break. The Kingston-born winger spent time back at his place of birth, where he lived until the age of five.


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Mason Mount

Following months of speculation, Mason Mount has now been announced as a Manchester United player. After an 18-year stay at Chelsea, Mount has switched blue for red with the transfer fee coming in at around £55m for the Champions League winner.

Before making his move, the attacking midfielder made sure he enjoyed his time off. At the beginning of June, alongside now-former Chelsea teammate Ben Chilwell, the England international attended the Barcelona F1 Grand Prix. Mount decided to stay in Spain for a holiday break. The new Red Devils’ number seven looks re-energised and ready to get underway under Erik Ten Hag.


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Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.


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