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Manchester City defender Ruben Dias was spotted getting up close and personal with a mystery brunette on a boat off the coast of Spain earlier this week – and we found out who she is

Ruben Dias’ new squeeze is cabaret dancer Ginevra Festa

Manchester City superstar Ruben Dias has a new squeeze – an exotic cabaret dancer named Ginevra Festa.


The two were spotted snogging on a boat off the coast of the Balearic Islands in Spain, with Dias splitting up with his popstar girlfriend less than a year ago.

The 25-year-old Portuguese defender was also seen walking hand-in-hand with leggy brunette Ginevra as the two were seen getting cosy together while soaking up the Spanish sun.

Ginevra has a jaw-dropping Instagram page where she regularly flaunts her voluptuous figure and dazzling dance moves.


In her latest post, she’s seen posing with a gorgeous bouquet of red and white flowers in front of a stunning seaside backdrop, captioning the photo: “The most beautiful gift a woman can ever receive.”

Elsewhere, she’s shared images of herself wearing a skimpy pink bikini on a speedboat – the same swimsuit she wore when pictured romping with Dias – and posted a video strutting her stuff on stage while being grabbed from behind and kissed on the neck by her male dance partner.

Ginevra was spotted holidaying with Dias earlier this week

Pictures also show her entertaining crowds at Spain’s Lio cabaret, starring on a catwalk in a dazzling red-sequin dress and lace-up boots, with her hair tied behind her head.

Ginevra, who has also worked in Dubai, is among the performers at the ‘world’s most glamorous cabaret’, in which dancers, singers and acrobats entertain guests over dinner.

Ruben Dias lifting the Premier League trophy during Manchester City’s title parade in May.

Dias meanwhile had an ugly split from former partner April, who released a song called ‘Broken Apologies’ shortly after the break up, which appeared to be about the City star.

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