During a current look on talkSPORT, Liverpool legend Souness described Grealish as a ‘good, not great’ player and told the 27-year-old he takes too many touches.
Grealish, currently on England obligation, was requested about Souness’ feedback throughout a press convention and steered the Scot has a difficulty with him.
“I don’t know what his problem is with me,” Grealish said with amusing.
“I attempt not to read it, clearly it’s tough when he’s on talkSPORT or Sky Sports and it’s in all places around the coaching floor at instances.
“He was clearly an amazing player, I don’t know what it’s with what he says about me or what problem he’s acquired.
“I do know my very own capability. I do know before he used to say numerous stuff about me not shifting the ball faster.
“But you know, when I’m playing for a manager like Pep Guardiola and he’s telling me to keep the ball as much as I can and have balls to take everywhere, that’s what I’ll try and do.”
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Souness rejoined talkSPORT on Thursday to tackle Grealish’s feedback and dismissed any suggestion of a vendetta against the England star.