BAYERN MUNICH defender Alphonso Davies has announced he has split from his girlfriend Jordyn Huitema after nearly five years of dating.
The former Canadian power couple, both 21, had been together since September 2017, with the pair sharing a YouTube channel together.
Alphonso Davies has announced he and PSG Women’s forward Jordyn Huitema have broken upCredit: Instagram @jordynhuitema
Huitema recently celebrated Davies winning the Bundesliga title with Bayern MunichCredit: Getty
That account has since been deleted, while all snaps of Davies and the Paris Saint-Germain Women’s forward have since been removed from their social media pages.
There had been rumblings online and on TikTok that the pair had separated after fans noticed there is no trace of the other on their Instagram accounts.
And now Davies has taken to Twitter where he has confirmed that the duo have broken up.
He said: “Yes Jordyn and I have parted ways. The rumours about her are not true.
“She is a good person I have a lot of respect for her.
“I wish her the best and ask everyone to respect our privacy.”
Davies’ fans were quick to show their support, as one user posted: “Keep your head up king. The journey only started.”
Another remarked: “I wish both of you and her to still have a successful career in the future years.”
A third added: “This is so sad man. Hope you‘re alright.”
Davies yet again helped Bayern lift the Bundesliga title this term having chipped in with six assists from 22 German top-flight outings.
The left-back missed over three months of the season with a heart scare after he tested positive for Covid-19 on December 17.
He was then diagnosed with inflammation of the heart in January.
It was discovered as the youngster completed routine medical checks at the club’s HQ after recovering from the virus.
And those highlighted signs of mild myocarditis, which is a condition can lead to irregular heart rhythms, while it can also cause the heart to inadequately pump blood around the body.
Meanwhile his former partner Huitema helped PSG win the French Cup as they beat second-tier outfit Yzeure 8-0 in the final.
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