Party boy Jack Grealish led the Champions League celebrations into the early hours yesterday, roaring rap songs from the Man City team bus.
The 27-year-old England ace repeatedly stuck his head out of the sunroof and yelled “Woo!” before they depart.
Jack was drinking beer with his teammates in the locker room and chanting blues chants after winning the historic treble by beating Inter Milan 1-0 in the Champions League final.
Winger sang a version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Everywhere” with altered lyrics for City’s song.
After signing a record £100million contract for City after the game in Istanbul, he nearly cried as he explained what it meant to him.
Brammy Jack said: “Anyone who knows me knows how much I care about family and how much I love football. That’s it.
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“I think of all the people who have helped me, but just seeing my family in the crowd touches me.”
Grealish toasted the victory with his girlfriend Sasha Atwood, also 27, on the pitch with a kiss.
City ace, manager Pep Guardiola and their loved ones then returned to the five-star JW Marriott Hotel Istanbul Marmara Sea to continue the party.
Grealish, Kyle Walker and others went wild until 8:30 am local time.
Goal machine Erling Haaland puffed a cigar and declared his love for Grealish in an Instagram selfie.
A photo posted on Instagram at 8:30 a.m. showed Walker holding a microphone with a bottle of liquor next to him.
City hosted a special party with a dance floor, DJ deck and disco ball in the conference room and outdoor adjoining spaces.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds may have been spent on equipment, liquor and hotel space.
The players in the party showed no sign of slowing down as they left the hotel. At 11:55 a.m., goalkeeper Ederson was handing the team coach a bottle of Asahi.
A ‘big-eared’ Champions League trophy was loaded onto a bus as City were on their way to the airport.
Yesterday afternoon, the players continued their celebrations on the three-and-a-half-hour flight home from Istanbul.
Belgian midfield maestro Kevin De Bruyne, who limped with an injury in the first half of the final, posed with the gold crown of the Premier League Trophy.
The 31-year-old Belgian also joked with Grealish.
And local native Phil Foden, 23, who replaced De Bruyne, couldn’t stop smiling on the jet to Manchester.
Guardiola led the team out of the club’s custom Jumbo and lifted City’s first Champions League trophy with captain Ilkay Gundogan, 32, aloft.
Hundreds of fans lined the perimeter of Manchester Airport to welcome the team home.
City will parade across the city of Manchester in an open top bus at 6:30pm tonight.
Thousands of fans will get a glimpse of the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League trophies.
About 30,000 fans packed into Istanbul and midfielder Rodri’s goal in the 67th minute broke the deadlock.
Former boxing world champion Ricky Hatton, 44, was among them.
However, Oasis legends Noel and Liam Gallagher were not in attendance.
The 56-year-old Noel, who is on tour in the US, attended the game with fans in San Diego, California.
After the game he said “Tonight’s rain in Manchester is going to taste like champagne. This is the end of the beginning. This is just the beginning.”