Uk-news

Manchester City star Phil Foden, 20, announces second baby is on the way

Manchester City star Phil Foden, 20, announces second baby is on the way with his childhood sweetheart seven months after he was caught smuggling Icelandic teenager into his hotel on England duty

  • Manchester City and England star Phil Foden is expecting his second child
  • He and Rebecca Cooke had their first child Ronnie in January 2019
  • Now the couple are expecting to have a daughter in late summer or early autumn

Manchester City and England star Phil Foden is expecting his second child.

He and his childhood sweetheart Rebecca Cooke had their first child Ronnie in January 2019, while Foden was 18 years old. 

Now the couple, who are both 20 and live in a £3.25million mansion in Prestbury, Cheshire, are expecting to have a daughter in late summer or early autumn, The Sun has reported.   

A source said of Foden and his team: ‘City can’t stop scoring at the moment — both on and off the pitch.

‘They’ve hit the back of the net more times than any of the teams and are now celebrating another kid. It couldn’t be a better way to cap off such a great season.’

Their first child Ronnie was named after the midfielder’s boyhood nickname.

Manchester City and England star Phil Foden is expecting his second child

Premier League footballer from Stockport, Phil Foden, and his girlfriend Rebecca Cooke

Premier League footballer from Stockport, Phil Foden, and his girlfriend Rebecca Cooke

He and his childhood sweetheart Rebecca Cooke had their first child Ronnie in January 2019, while Foden was 18 years old

He and his childhood sweetheart Rebecca Cooke had their first child Ronnie in January 2019, while Foden was 18 years old

The news comes amid revelations that Foden severed ties with the company managing his Twitter account after unhappiness over a message sent to Kylian Mbappe this week.

Foden was Manchester City ‘s match-winner against Borussia Dortmund but focus quickly turned to a tweet from his account asking ‘are you ready?’ to the Paris Saint-Germain forward.

He was less than impressed with the post, one that was not deemed to reflect his personality, and the decision was taken on Thursday to part ways with Ten Toes Media.

A source said of Foden and his team: 'City can't stop scoring at the moment — both on and off the pitch'

A source said of Foden and his team: ‘City can’t stop scoring at the moment — both on and off the pitch’

Foden has almost 500,000 followers on Twitter and has worked with Ten Toes Media for much of his short career.   

Foden hit the headlines in September last year when an Icelandic teenager claimed she spent a night of passion with the England star at the team hotel before Gareth Southgate’s security guards barged into her room at 6am searching for the young player.

In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Lara Clausen said she slept with him only hours after he made his debut for the Three Lions against Iceland, without knowing about his girlfriend and young son. 

Foden hit the headlines in September last year when an Icelandic teenager claimed she spent a night of passion with the England star at the team hotel before Gareth Southgate's security guards barged into her room at 6am searching for the young player

Lara Clausen, 19, is the daughter of two lawyers and lives with her parents in the town of Keflavik in southwest Iceland

Foden hit the headlines in September last year when an Icelandic teenager claimed she spent a night of passion with the England star at the team hotel before Gareth Southgate’s security guards barged into her room at 6am searching for the young player 

The revelation came amid growing concerns about young people putting others at risk by breaking Covid rules and, in particular, the warning issued by the health minister, Lord Bethell, urging them not to spread virus by having sex. 

MailOnline was told how Foden, 20, further increased the risk of spreading the virus ahead of England’s trip to Denmark by meeting Lara, 19, and her cousin. 

The women booked two rooms at the hotel and joined Foden and teammate Mason Greenwood in the early hours of Sunday morning, breaking Iceland’s strict Covid quarantine rules.

The episode, which ended when the players went to their own rooms at 3am, led England boss Southgate to send them home in disgrace, accusing them of being ‘naïve’. 

Both stars were fined £1,360 by Icelandic police and later issued grovelling apologies for their ‘unacceptable’ behaviour.

Most Related Links :
todayuknews Governmental News Finance News

Source link

Back to top button