The 24-year-old has shone on the Premier League stage this season even though Villa is locked in a relegation battle.
With seven league goals and six assists, Grealish was scheduled to receive his first senior England call-up for friendlies against Italy and Denmark in March before the games were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
But earlier this month, the midfielder became involved in a foreclosure controversy when he was caught flouting instructions to visit a friend.
Grealish was photographed next to a crushed, disheveled Range Rover and was forced to apologize and fined £ 150,000.
The incident took place just hours after urging members of the public to stay at home.
But The Sun reports that the door remains open for Grealish to be involved with England and he should still be part of the team for next summer’s delayed euros.
The report says the Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate was “angry” with Grealish – and Manchester City defender Kyle Walker who also flouted the rules – but is still ready to choose them.
Walker is said to have organized a “sex party” in his apartment and faces a heavy financial penalty from City.
Southgate has watched Grealish several times and is also impressed with how he has established himself as the club captain.
England will then face Iceland in the League of Nations in September, but the shock may be over.
Grealish was linked to Manchester United before the next transfer window, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expected to spend up to £ 70 million to take him to Old Trafford.