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Jack Grealish pens seven-figure deal with soft drinks giant



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Manchester City and England international superstar Jack Grealish has reportedly penned a seven-figure deal with soft drinks giants Pepsi.

It comes after a string of high-profile brand deals had been agreed with the former Aston Villa captain following an incredible rise in the game since joining Manchester City in the summer market of 2021.

Alongside his latest reported agreement, Jack Grealish is currently a brand ambassador for Italian fashion house Gucci and has also sealed previous high-profile deals with the likes of audio company Bose and German sportswear firm Puma.

The latest development in Jack Grealish’s off-the-field affairs will see the Manchester City forward undertake a new promotional agreement in the soft drinks industry and star in a new advertisement campaign.

That is according to the information of The Sun, who report that Manchester City’s Jack Grealish has signed a staggering seven-figure endorsement deal with soft drinks giants Pepsi, becoming part of a new advertisement campaign with actor Vinnie Jones.

The Sun quotes a source who states, “Jack (Grealish) is banking another million with his new Pepsi deal. It’s for a new advertising campaign with Vinnie Jones who has also been signed up. Both of them have filmed their parts for the advert and it’ll be seen by fans later this year.”

The source continued, “Jack is worth every penny as far as Pepsi are concerned because everything he touches turns to gold. It’s a really fun advert, and Jack and Vinnie are following in the footsteps of other big players like David Beckham and Lionel Messi.”

Jack Grealish has endured a mixed campaign thus far under Pep Guardiola, with the opening few months blighted by injury problems and the last couple of games seeing the forward restricted to duties from the substitutes bench.

Across his 13 Premier League appearances for Manchester City this season, Jack Grealish has provided a total of three goals and an assist, with competition for the left-sided role intensified following the arrival of Jeremy Doku last summer.