TREBLE winner Jack Grealish was so overwhelmed after a three-day break that he had to be stopped by reveling teammate Kyle Walker.
The Man City couple were en route to Ibiza Airport where Grealish, 27, was offered a wheelchair.
The team spent twelve hours on the island after the alcohol disaster on Saturday in Istanbul.
Tonight they held their Victory Bus Parade in Manchester.
The £100m winger fell gushing at the open-top bus parade in Manchester.
The non-stop celebrations began with a massive booze in Istanbul after City won the Champions League on Saturday.
The heroes made a brief return to Manchester before most departed on a Titan Airways Airbus A321 at 8.30pm on Sunday.
In scenes straight out of the Hangover movies, they landed at 11:59 p.m. and made their way to megaclub Pacha by sunrise.
Jack shared many of his celebrations on his social media.
When he emerged from the team hotel at 10am yesterday, it seemed like the party had caught up with him.
He hid his bleary eyes under sunglasses and a hoodie while being supported by Kyle Walker, who, among other things, exposed himself at a bar.
A viewer said: “Jack’s teammates held him up and managed to get him to the bus. When they got to the airport, staff found he had difficulty walking and brought a wheelchair with them. They offered him the chair as a means of transportation to the plane.
“But he managed to climb the steps himself. All of his friends seemed to think it was pretty funny. I think Jack will do it once he’s had some sleep.”
City’s England stars John Stones, Phil Foden, Walker and Kalvin Phillips also flew to the island.
Other participants in the trip included Erling Haaland, Nathan Ake, Rúben Dias, Rodri, Riyad Mahrez, Bernardo Silva and Manuel Akanji.
Club captain Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin de Bruyne and Stefan Ortega stayed in Manchester and took their wags to a celebratory meal at Tattu restaurant.
The Ibiza group was taken by bus to the 415-room Ushuaia Hotel after midnight.
They ate at the Tatel, where a green salad cost £25, before leaving for Pacha at 2.30am.
Swaying Jack was seen in a light blue designer shirt and £3,000 Gucci leather trousers.
The players partied until 6:30 am and then returned to their hotel.
They arrived in Manchester at 1pm yesterday, ahead of the 6.30pm open-top bus parade.
The rejuvenated Jack was one of the players seen on a streetcar.
Threatened severe weather delayed the start before fans celebrated winning the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.