Christian Eriksen’s relationship with Sabrina Kvist Jensen has come under the spotlight after he hit back at a false online rumour his partner had an affiar with Tottenham team-mate Jan Vertonghen.
The Spurs playmaker labelled the claims “bulls***” as he responded to a tweet which alleged a rift between the stars.
He quickly shot down the incorrect claims, with Vertonghen also responding with three fed-up face emojis, in response to the allegation, and a love heart to show his support for Eriksen.
Eriksen and Kvist have tended to keep a low profile throughout their relationship, but here’s what we know about the Danish pairing and their relationship.
Who is Sabrina Kvist?
Sabrina Kvist was born in Tommerup in Denmark, less than an hour away from Eriksen’s home town.
She currently lives in London with the Tottenham star, preferring to keep a low profile.
A trained hairdresser, Kvist completed her education on the continent before moving to England to join her partner as he made his way at Spurs.
She worked for a clothing company and they bought a house together in Hampstead in 2016.
Do they have children?
In December 2017, Eriksen announced on Instagram that the pair would be having their first child, and they welcomed a son in June 2018.
Eriksen briefly left Denmark’s World Cup squad ahead of their trip to Russia, returning to score against Mexico in a World Cup warm-up days afterwards.
What has Eriksen said about their relationship?
Eriksen and Kvist have generally seemed to prefer a quiet and private life in London.
Previously, they have been pictured enjoying meals with Harry Kane and his wife, Katie Woodland, who are seemingly close friends.
Eriksen admitted in 2016 the pressure and strains of being a Premier League player in the capital can be tough on their relationship.
He said: “You have to learn how to cope physically and mentally, but I can handle the pressure and the demands because I live seven days a week for my job.
“That is very tough for my girlfriend. Of course I would like to go out in the city with her and friends, but it just doesn’t fit in with playing in England.”