JACK GREALISH is scoffing fish and chips in a new mural in Manchester.
But fans joked it was a bit premature because “he’s only been there two minutes”.
A chippy shop on Maine Road, right outside the Etihad Stadium, has been painted on the side as part of an ad campaign for the new Puma home kit.
A smiling Grealish, 27, features holding a bowl of chips with one in his hand ready to be eaten.
Goalkeeper Ederson is on hand with his gloves on and ready to pour vinegar over City Women’s ace Esme Morgan’s chips.
The artwork initially had the trio in blank shirts – but has now been updated to include the 2023-24 kit.
Grealish, who arrived from Aston Villa for a record £100million in 2021, was delighted to be included and took to Instagram to share his “love” for the painting.
But a few fans could not resist a cheeky dig at the playmaker.
One said: “Truly the end of times.”
Another wrote: “Grealish has only been there for two minutes and already has a mural.”
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A third joked: “I’d be careful walking past that wall. One slight breeze and that Grealish mural will crumble to the ground.”
Grealish has endeared himself to the City fans in particular since the World Cup with his red-hot form.
He has contributed four goals and 11 assists after Qatar 2022 to help fire Pep Guardiola’s side towards the Treble.
They wrapped up the Premier League title – prompting Erling Haaland to declare to Grealish: “I f***ing love you, you know that.”
Others joked he looked a little worse for wear on his BeReal the day after celebrating his second Prem crown.
Grealish can add the FA Cup against rivals Manchester United on Saturday, a week before taking on Inter in the Champions League final.