Jack Grealish and Sasha Attwood rise above Emily Atack and Amber Gill drama to plot future as new Posh and Becks

CLAIMS about his love life have been flying in faster than nasty, studs-up challenges on a busy afternoon with Man City or England.

But now fan favourite Jack Grealish has a defender to help him field the attacks after childhood love Sasha Attwood vowed to stand by her man — and insisted she’s the only woman for him.

Despite all the talk linking Jack to actress Emily Atack and Love Island beauty Amber Gill, The Sun on Sunday can reveal Sasha and Jack are “rising above” it all and busy planning a future as the new Posh and Becks.

A pal said: “Sasha still trusts Jack and they are determined to work through the recent revelations about his links with Amber and Emily.

“They’ve had some heart to hearts but have decided to turn over a fresh leaf together because they love each other and want to work on their relationship.”

Jack, 26, and Sasha, 25, are looking for a new home in Manchester and she hopes to launch herself as a high-fashion model with a jet-set career.

Her friend said: “She’s upset her boyfriend has been caught up with these tawdry stories ­just as she’s about to sign to a new upmarket agency.

“But she’s focused on them becoming the new Posh and Becks so they’re ploughing on and rising above the drama.

“Sasha is savvy and has her head screwed on.

“If she let every bump in the road get to her, she and Jack would have never lasted this long.

“She understands he is young, handsome and at the top of his game, which will come with attention.”

Meanwhile, we can reveal Jack has spoken with Amber, 21, this week.

A second source said: “Amber and Jack have been in touch this week and he has checked in on her to make sure she is OK. He feels bad about the way she has been treated on social media.”

Sasha, who met Jack when they were both teenagers at St Peter’s Roman Catholic school in Solihull, West Mids, has stood by Jack through a series of rocky patches.

Earlier this year, she seemingly  turned a blind eye after Jack liked a series of 22-year-old Love Islander Lillie Haynes’ sexy Instagram snaps and was later spotted on the celebrity dating app Raya.

Sasha has even previously been described as his “secret weapon” after she supported her man throughout a series of ­controversies.

In April 2015, Jack was pictured apparently inhaling laughing gas — nitrous oxide — from a balloon.

Just months later, he was then caught in photos showing him lying in the street in ­Tenerife while on holiday ­during the off-season.

Last year as the country plunged into lockdown amid the Covid pandemic, the football ace told his army of social media ­followers: “Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives.”

Just a day later, though, he was pictured looking dishevelled in the street after crashing his Range Rover into parked cars during the early hours.


At Birmingham magistrates’ court, he later admitted two counts of careless driving and was banned from the roads for nine months.

Following the Euros this summer, Sasha bravely opened up about being bombarded with death threats.

Speaking on her YouTube channel, she said: “I was receiving 200 messages a day. I’m not exaggerating when I say that. I had so many mess­ages — every single day.

"I still get them — all day every day.”

Sasha, who was the target of vile trolls sending abuse on TikTok and Instagram, joined the debate around the accountability of social media firms as she labelled the platforms “toxic”.

She said: “Things have obviously blown up over the Euros, but I never thought in a million years it would be this bad.

“It just blows my mind how nasty people can be for no reason whatsoever.

“I’ve always been quite a strong person — always very good at blocking out people’s opinions. But this is on a whole other level.”

She added: “It’s just crazy. It’s the nasty messages about my appearance, people’s opinions. What are you all doing? It’s embarrassing.

“You hear people talking about trolling, but I never realised how bad it was.


“The scary thing is, it’s young girls.

“I’d go on these girls’ accounts who have sent me stuff and they’re aged 13 or 14. It’s so sad.

“I try to put it down to age but then I think that when I was that age I never sent a ­message like that.

“It’s so toxic, social media, and it’s just really sad this generation has grown up thinking that it’s OK to say things like that.

“Why are you doing it? Please ask yourself why.

“If you’re one of those people who goes out of your way to make a fake account or send a horrible message, wishing someone was dead or talking about their appearance, or talking about their ­personal life, really, why?

“What are you getting out of it?”

Sasha added: “It was a real s**t time, it was actually ­horrible, and I was feeling so anxious . . . it was not nice at all.

“I didn’t ask for any of that, didn’t ask for anything to be put out there but it’s out there, isn’t it, and I’m just going to continue to carry on as normal.”

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