The Three Lions duo, along with their partners, friends and womens string, rented an island in the exclusive SantAnna beachside pool bar – where Maguire was drinking last year before being pulled over on the Greek holiday island.
Grealish is believed to have footed the bill after Wednesday’s group session, which saw the pals drink 250 euro bottles of Disaronno and 310 magnums of Perrier Jouet champagne – plus plenty of expensive food to keep them alive.
Maguire, 28, opted for a more low-key break as he took his family to North Devon and had a drink on a terrace at SQ Bar in Braunton, followed by a fish supper at Squires – where a big haddock and fries cost £ 7.90.
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Maguire was convicted last year of assault, public swearing in and attempted bribery of a police officer after a fight in Mykonos.
Raheem Sterling, who was in Mykonos, has now been pictured with his family sunbathing on a yacht in Ibiza, along with his partner Paige Milian.
Grealish, 25, and Shaw, 26, were joined by their respective partners Sasha Attwood, 25, and Anouska Santos, 29, as well as football host and former Love Islander Josh Denzel, 30.
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The island they rented typically has a minimum spend of 20,000 euros, but that was canceled due to who the stars were, the Mirror was told.
A source from the bar said: “I think Grealish paid. He was incredibly drunk – but who can blame him after the summer they had?
The group arrived in SantAnna around 3pm and were still going strong as the popular venue closed at 10pm, before the group was taken to private villas in station wagons.
The island they rented has its own staircase that leads to a secret underground location, where those with access can see into the pool but cannot be seen in return by swimmers, the Mirror said.
Another worker said: “I think it’s a good group. Lots of fun and very polite.
Man United’s Shaw chatted and laughed for much of the afternoon with Denzel and was pictured beaming as he boogged his arms up in the air.
Grealish’s best friend, Ollie Priestley, fell and limped to a sofa.
The players have been running wild for nearly a week on the Greek holiday island after England’s devastating penalty loss to Italy in the European Championships final.
Workers on the island – which attracts large numbers of Italian revelers – called the players “absolute gentlemen”.
A video that went viral last week showed the boys – led by a topless Kyle Walker – singing the Euro 2020 anthem Sweet Caroline at the exclusive Principote Beach Club, where they drank from pitchers at four-liter cocktails, the Mirror was told.
The teammates ate and drank in this chic venue, where a magnum of white wine costs up to € 4,900 and a bottle of champagne can fetch € 6,500.
But our down-to-earth boys stuck to the more standard cocktails, said on-site staff.
A cocktail costs around € 25, so English players get their money’s worth with pitchers.
A staff member told the Mirror: “They came here every day, it was great when they sang this song.
“Honestly, they were such a great group, really fun and really polite.
“They drank the same things a lot of people drank, things like cocktails – but a lot of course. Four liter cans.
Euros stars Mason Mount, Shaw, Walker and Declan Rice were filmed performing the song by the beach.
Kalvin Phillips, Ben Chilwell and Ben White have also let their hair down at celebrity haunts on the island.
Walker, 31, was also pictured this weekend at bar SantAnna with his fiancee Annie Kilner, 27.
His cheerful demeanor was all the rage with Island staff, who had nothing but praise for the Man City defender.
But if Walker had been at this point a few days earlier, he might have encountered Italian foe Jorginho – who missed a penalty in England’s loss to Italy at Wembley last week.
“They weren’t there at the same time, but it could have been awkward,” a source said.
“But Walker was really lovely, everyone loved him and the people who served him thought he was great.
“He drank a lot, had fun and danced. He was an absolute gentleman and seemed like a really good guy.
“He is welcome anytime. “