Sharing a topless picture on social media the football legend wrote: 'I’m ok single and find me a girlfriend please'
RANGERS football legend Paul Gascoigne has split from his glamorous art gallery boss girlfriend.
Mum-of-two Sara Lovatt said last week that their relationship was “early days” but added that “we’re having a lot of fun” – however the couple have now gone their separate ways.
On Twitter Gazza confirmed the split, saying: “I’m ok single and find me a girlfriend please.”
He added: “I’ve lost the love of my life my DAD he was my ROLE MODEL X.”
Mercedes-driving Sara owns the exclusive Antidote Art Gallery in Lutterworth which has exhibited some of the art world’s most renowned figures including Lincoln Townley and Paul Oz.
It was claimed that she had been dating the former Tottenham, Rangers and Lazio ace, 51, for “a few months” and said the star – who has famously battled drink and drug addiction – is the best he has been “for ages.”
The 49-year-old told the MailOnline: “I was never a fan during his football days but I am now.
“He’s very handsome and really fit and tanned.
“He’s Paul to me and just a nice, funny guy who’s had a tough time.”
She added: “[He] is coping better than his fans are led to believe.”
Afterwards, Gazza revealed how his dying dad had warned him “you won’t be far behind me” as he spoke about beating booze for good.
The popular player has claimed he has managed to resist returning to drink despite the personal tragedy.
He said he last drank before entering rehab on December 2 last year and his late father’s words have given him the determination to stay sober.
Just last month, Gazza admitted he still cries over his Italia 90 heartbreak when he famously blubbed on the pitch after receiving a booking which would have ruled him out of the final.
Gazza made his England debut in 1988 and was capped 57 times.
The National Football Museum describes him as “the most naturally gifted English midfielder of his generation”.
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