FOOTBALL superstar Jack Grealish has been charged with driving offences.

A court case against the England and Manchester City winger, who lives near Knutsford, has been adjourned.

The 28-year-old's case was listed at Worcester Magistrates Court on Thursday, February 15. 

Champions League-winning Grealish footballer did not attend, the case instead being dealt with administratively. 

He has been accused of one charge of exceeding the 30mph speed limit in contravention of a Local Traffic Order -manned equipment. 

The former Aston Villa player is also accused of failing to give information relating to the identification of the driver/rider of a vehicle when required. 

The crown alleges the offences were committed on July 17, with Grealish accused of speeding in a Land Rover in Station Road, Wythall. 

It is understood the case has been adjourned and is now listed for a plea hearing on May 8.

Grealish's address was given in court as Cherry Hill Road, Barnt Green, but he is known to own a home in Cheshire.

At the end of last year, a gang of burglars raided the mansion near Knutsford whilst he was playing Everton, on December 27.

Members of his family, including fiancee Sasha Atwood, were at home and the time and left "traumatised" by the incident.

A helicopter, police dogs and a number of officers were sent to the scene, but no suspects were detected, with The Sun reporting that the thieves made off with £1 million worth of jewellery and watches.