Tottenham Hotspur star Dele Alli has reportedly been snapped kissing Maria Guardiola - the daughter of Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.
Multiple publications in the UK have published a photo purporting to show Alli and Maria kissing at a rooftop bar in London.
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According to The Sun, Alli looked "smitten" with his 20-year-old gal pal as they cosied up together at Cloud 9 bar.
The publication quoted an 'onlooker' who said: “Dele and Maria didn’t seem to have a care in the world.
“They didn’t mind who saw them as they smooched in front of the DJ booth.
“It was packed with hundreds of revellers watching on. All the tables had been booked and were completely full.
“Strangers were wandering past and Dele and Maria didn’t blink an eye.
“They were in a group together and it was very cosy. They looked so cute and could have been honeymooners.”
The England international recently split with model Ruby Mae.
“Their relationship has been turbulent, but it now feels very much like the end," a source told The Sun.
"Ruby is sad but looking out for herself now.
“She had enough of Dele’s good-time nature, and packed up her things. She’s looking after number one from here.”
Dele Alli helps Tottenham sink Wolves
On Sunday, Tottenham's England striker Harry Kane scored his 22nd Premier League goal of the season to help his side to a 2-0 home win over Wolverhampton Wanderers, boosting their bid to secure European football for next season.
After Kane's late first-half strike, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg grabbed Spurs' second just past the hour to seal a victory which lifted Ryan Mason's team to sixth in the standings.
The performance was a vast improvement from Tottenham's defeat at Leeds United last week, including a promising afternoon from Alli who showcased his attacking skills and tricks as well as getting stuck in with defensive duties.
"We are not happy with where we are, we should be higher and we only have ourselves to blame," Alli, who fell out of favour under previous manager Jose Mourinho, told Sky Sports.
"We are showing now what we can do but it is a bit too late.
"We just have to keep working hard and take it into the next season as well."
Spurs are in sixth place with 59 points, five adrift of London rivals Chelsea in fourth and four points behind fifth-placed Liverpool, who beat West Bromwich Albion 2-1 away on Sunday, with two matches left.
Wolves remain in 12th spot.
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