OnlyFans glamour model Alice Goodwin once claimed that she turned down five-time Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo because he is 'not her type'.
Rumours had circulated that her and the Manchester United forward had shared a fling in the past but she put those rumours to bed in a Q&A with her fans on Instagram last year.
Goodwin, who is the ex-wife of former Arsenal and Liverpool winger Jermaine Pennant, told her 350,000 followers that she had 'aired' the 36-year-old.
Responding to the question "Did you get it on with Ronaldo?", she wrote: "No I aired him he's not my type."
Goodwin was one of several models that Ronaldo was linked with romantically prior to his relationship with Argentine model Georgina Rodriguez.
Ronaldo and Rodriguez started dating in 2017 and now have a daughter together as well as also living with the United man's three other children.
As for Goodwin, she and Pennant split in 2020 after nine years together, six of which were spent as husband and wife, following a string of cheating allegations.
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These rumours were fuelled by Pennants stint on Celebrity Big Brother in 2018, in which he was filmed flirting with model Chloe Ayling throughout the series.
Goodwin and Pennant had appeared on Celebs Go Dating together in an attempt to save their marriage but it was in vein as they announced their split in early 2020.
35-year-old model Goodwin took to social media to announce the split as she wrote: "Hi guys, before any speculation starts I’d like to let people know that Jermaine and I are no longer in a relationship. We have spent 9 years together with ups and downs but ultimately we couldn’t make it work.
"I will always care for Jermaine and wish him the best but at this point all avenues have been explored to make the marriage work and sometimes things just aren't meant to be.
"There is no drama, scandal animosity or bitterness just two people who's journey has come to an end together. We have made this decision mutually and we are both looking forward to what the next chapter has in store."
Pennant, who became the first player to play in the Premier League while wearing an ankle tag in 2005, retired from football in February 2018 after a nomadic career.
The former England under-21 winger made 415 senior club appearances for 14 clubs during his career, playing in England, Spain, Indonesia and India before ending his career at non-league Billericay Town.
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