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Man City star Jack Grealish has been pictured wearing a gold band on his wedding finger while on holiday with childhood sweetheart Sasha Attwood.
The band was spotted as the pair lunched together in the south of France, where they stayed at the luxurious Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, and then again days later in a post shared by fellow footballer Aymeric Laporte from Ibiza.
However a rep told the Mirror that Jack was not married. Instead sources suggested the ring was a sign of commitment.
Last year the footballer, 27, opened up about his hopes to one day get married.
“My mum and dad are married, so of course I want to do that,” he told The Face in a rare comment.
He also added: “I know it’s easy to say, but the goal for me is just to be happy, man. I think that’s the most important thing in life.”
Jack and Sasha both attended St Peter's Roman Catholic Secondary School in Solihull and after first getting together at 16 have dated on and off for around a decade.
Jack was Manchester City's first ever £100million player while Sasha is an influencer and model working with brands such as House of Fraser, Pretty Little Thing, In The Style and Refy Beauty – she also signed a six-figure deal as the face of Boohoo back in September 2021.
Together they live in a high-rise apartment in Manchester.
The couple generally try to keep their relationship quiet, after Sashareceived death threats for dating the footballerfollowing the attention he received at the Euros 2020 championship matches.
Opening up on YouTube in 2020, she explained further about the nasty messages that led her to keep their relationship private.
She said: "I keep things private and off my open social media accounts because people are mean.
"And this whole thing since it's come out has just shown me that people are just so mean. Genuinely, I was receiving 200 death threats a day," Sasha continued. "I'm not exaggerating when I say that.
"So many messages every single day and I still get them now, all day every day."
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