Jack Grealish sends temperatures soaring as he showcases his washboard abs for a steamy magazine shoot ahead of the World Cup
Jack Grealish sent temperatures soaring on Friday as posed up a storm on the cover of swanky men’s magazine Arena HOMME+.
The footballer, 27, showcased his muscular physique as he raised his sweater to showcase his washboard abs and held it’s hem in his teeth.
Jack, who’s currently training for the World Cup in Qatar, gazed seductively into the camera as he laid back against a wooden backdrop for the stylish shoot.
Hot stuff: Jack Grealish sent temperatures soaring on Friday as posed up a storm on the cover of swanky men’s magazine Arena HOMME+
The England midfielder teamed his fluffy red sweater with a pair of brown corduroy trousers.
He wore his dark tresses slicked back from his handsome face and sported designer stubble.
The hunk also shot a video for the publication where he displayed his football skills in nothing but a pair of leather trousers.
eye-popping: The hunk also shot a video for the publication where he displayed his football skills in nothing but a pair of leather trousers
Again showcasing his incredible physique in the eye-popping black and white clip.
Donning a designer watch Jack wore his trademark locks loose and ran his fingers through them.
Hunk: Donning a designer watch Jack wore his trademark locks loose and ran his fingers through them
Incredible: Again showcasing his incredible physique in the eye-popping black and white clip
Budweiser’s owners have spoken for the first time since Fifa banned beer sales outside World Cup stadiums in an 11th-hour decision apparently motivated by pressure from Qatar’s royal family.
Anheuser-Busch InBev, the brewing giant which owns Bud and dozens of other beer brands, said it is still looking forward to ‘celebrating football with our consumers’ but some sales cannot go ahead due to ‘circumstances beyond our control’.
The short, terse statement was released hours after a cheeky tweet was posted to Budweiser’s Twitter account saying ‘well, this is awkward…’ before it was deleted.
No beer: It comes after alcohol sales at Qatar World Cup stadiums were banned, Fifa has announced (Jack pictured in the country this week)
InBev made no mention of possible legal action over the $75million deal it holds with Fifa, which gives it exclusive rights to sell beer at World Cup games. Doha could also be facing legal action, having signed contracts agreeing to ‘respect Fifa’s sponsors’.
Qatar is a typically teetotal nation where tourists can only buy or consume alcohol inside licenced hotels or restaurants. Exemptions for the World Cup would have meant fans were able to buy beers in special ‘fan zones’ or on stadium concourses.
But Qatar seems to have reneged on part of that deal, meaning beer can now only be sold only inside the ‘fan zones’. Pints will cost £12, only be available at certain times, and each person will be limited to four maximum to stop them getting drunk.
Anyone who does get drunk risks being taken away until they sober up.
Midfielder: Midfielder Jack hopes to bring home the world cup for England