EXCLUSIVE: Aston Villa searches for Jack Grealish as police hunt for the driver of a white Range Rover who bumped into parked cars before being left behind … while the Premier League star didn’t answer calls from his club
- Police are looking for the driver of a Range Rover who collided with parked cars
- Aston Villa tries to find Jack Grealish, who does not answer their calls
- Images circulating on social media claim the midfielder was around
Aston Villa tries to contact Captain Jack Grealish after police investigate reports of a Range Rover crashing into a parked car in the Birmingham suburbs.
On Sunday, images of a white Range Rover appeared, as well as a separate image of a Grealish-looking man wearing slippers and a hoodie, apparently talking to another person. It is not clear when the photos were taken.
A West Midlands police spokesman said, “We were called to Waterside, Dickens Heath just before 10:00 am to report that a Range Rover had crashed on two parked cars in the street.
The white Range Rover was shown damaged after reports of an accident involving parked cars
An image of a man who looks like Jack Grealish and wears slippers circulating on social media claiming he is close to the incident
“The driver left his details with an on-site audience before he left on foot and will be spoken to by the police in due course.
“There has been minor damage to the parked vehicles. Agents are investigating the circumstances and everyone with information has been asked to contact them. ‘
According to current government advice during the coronavirus crisis, citizens should only leave their homes to shop for basic needs, exercise once a day, for medical needs, or travel to work if they cannot work from home.
Grealish is the captain of Aston Villa and has been a member of his youth club since 2001
Indeed, Grealish himself repeated that message on social media this weekend when he posted a video.
Like the rest of the Premier League, Villa players are currently following fitness programs at home, with their Bodymoor Heath training field closed.
Grealish has worked at his youth club Villa since the age of six and made his breakthrough in 2013-14. He has since become an important member of the squad and now wears the captaincy.