MANCHESTER City star Jack Grealish revealed he chows down on a mammoth five Chinese takeaway dishes all on the same plate after a game.
And the monster meal costs the star a tidy dim sum – a whopping £53.50.
2Jack treats himself to a Chinese takeaway after a matchCredit: Getty
He says Chinese is his favourite grub and he loves piling his order into a mountain of grub to devour in a “big free for all”.
The star visits the pricey, high-end Chinese restaurant in Manchester for a carry out.
Jack revealed: “Yeah, I love Chinese, man. After every game I get one. I go to Wing’s in Manchester.
“I usually get a takeaway. I have Singapore chow mein, I have egged fried rice, I have salt and pepper chips, I have salt and pepper prawns and then curry sauce.
“I then mix it all in and have a big fee for all.”
And the meal for one would be a wallet-buster as well as a belly-buster for most folk – but not the super-fit, £270,000-a-week star.
His Singapore chow mein is £20.40, egg fried rice is £5.40, salt and pepper chips are £6.40, salt and pepper prawns are £16.90 and a tub of curry sauce to glug over the top is another £4.40.
The place is walking distance from Jack’s city centre apartment which he shares with lover Sasha Attwood and their cockapoo.
Wing’s is a favourite haunt of stars from both Manchester clubs, as well as a haunt of actors from Coronation Street and visiting celebs.
The Old Trafford Class of ‘92 – Gary and Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt and David Beckham put the eatery on the showbiz map.
Sir Alex Ferguson was also a keen customer and Wayne and Coleen were regular visitors until he left the club.
Jack recently revealed the secrets behind his massive calves and low socks.
On those famous calves, he claimed it is all genetics, saying to the Daily Mail: “I actually don’t do anything. It’s just something that runs in the family.
“My grandad always had big calves when he used to play football.
“But I don’t do any calf exercises or calf routines in the gym or anything. Honestly, it’s just something that I’ve had since I was young.”
And on those well-known low socks Grealish shared that superstition is the reason behind it.
He said: “I think I was about 14 or 15 and we were sponsored by Macron at Aston Villa and the socks used to shrink in the wash.
“In training I couldn’t get them over my calves because the socks were so small.
“So I started wearing them below my calves in training — and that season I ended up playing really well.
“So then I started wearing my socks below my calves in games. It was just something that stuck because I’d had such a good season.”
Fans had their say on Grealish’s calves when he played for the Three Lions in Qatar at the World Cup last year, with one saying: “So like, how big are Grealish’s calves going to get?”
Another wrote: “Was very into the US-England game until noticing Jack Grealish’s mutant calves, which became my entire focus afterwards.”
Jack Grealish says his famous calves run in the familyCredit: Rex