STUNNING Italian TV presenter Diletta Leotta has denied claims she is in a relationship with married football ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Ibra and Diletta met during lockdown when they filmed an advert for Buddyfit – a training app.
The pair were apparently recently spotted at a restaurant in Sardinia together. Leotta is celebrating her 29th birthday on the island.
The front pages of numerous Italian newspapers today splashed on wild claims about the pair's close relationship.
And Italian magazine Chi even went with the headline "the surprise couple of the summer" on their cover.
But this has been denied by Leotta's representatives who say there is "no relationship" between the pair.
A spokesperson told SunSport: "There is no comment to make as there is no relationship between the two apart from a professional collaboration as Ambassador of Buddyfit."
Ibrahimovic, 38, has been with wife Helena Seger, 49, for 18 years and the couple have two sons together, Maximilian and Vincent.
Leotta was dating Italian boxer Daniele Scardina, but she called time on their relationship.
Scardina recently told Tips For Women: "Diletta is the best that life has given me.
"I don't throw myself on the ground. I am a boxer. I took a punch, she left me.
"I am in Sardinia, she ditto. But not together. Unfortunately"
SunSport recently reported how Ibra was not too impressed with one of Leotta's figtness workouts she uploaded onto social media.
The super-fit DAZN presenter can most regularly be seen on the channel's coverage of Serie A.
In this role, she has become well-known to players and fans alike, boasting 6.8million Instagram followers.
She captioned her latest snap: "And this training is also gone, let's enjoy this sunset and a little relaxation … but get ready because it's up to you soon!"
And Zlatan jokingly fired back in the comments: "What are you doing on the rooftop, Diletta?
"Don't slack off!"
Ibrahimovic was pictured recently aboard a yacht with his wife – even taking on an gruelling workout ahead of the new season.
The Swede has agreed a one-year deal to stay with AC Milan after scoring 11 times for the Italians after leaving the MLS.
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