Football’s ‘hottest couple’ are over as ex-Spurs flop ‘splits’ from raunchy WAG

Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Kevin Prince-Boateng has split from his third wife Valentina Fradegrada just days after announcing his retirement from professional football.

Boateng, 36, and model Fradegrada, 31, were previously dubbed football’s ‘hottest couple’ by their fans, but their relationship is no more after they called time on their marriage after just 14 months.

The Ghana international, who is the brother of former Manchester City and Germany centre-back Jerome Boateng, tied the knot with his third wife in June 2022 after the couple dated for just a year beforehand.

Boateng’s fans on social media were shocked to find that the former Spurs man had deleted all pictures with Fradegrada on his Instagram and removed her name from his name on the social media page that had double-barrelled his own, with the Italian model also doing the same on her page which has 3.3million followers.

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According to German outlet Bild, a friend of the couple has said: “Both are apart. In the end, unfortunately, it failed because of family expectations.”

Boateng’s management also explained to Bild: “Kevin is currently concentrating on his life after his professional career. He is currently in Australia with FIFA to support women's football and other projects."

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The breakdown in their relationship comes as a shock after Boateng previously admitted he was certain he had found the right woman, saying: "I want to marry her because she gives me peace.

“For as long as I can remember, and I'm 35 years old now, I've been looking for peace to find my inner calm – and that calmness just gives me.”

Bild also claims that whilst Boateng is down under supporting the Women’s World Cup, his ex-wife has been holidaying in Monaco alongside friends – and another man.

Boateng called time on his career after he left German side Hertha Berlin who were relegated to Bundesliga 2 at the end of last season for the first time in ten years.

The 15-time Ghana international played in the 2010 and 2014 World Cup and won league titles in Italy and Spain with AC Milan and Barcelona after he played just 24 times for Spurs between 2007 to 2009, leaving White Hart Lane to join Portsmouth.

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