David Alaba's stunning girlfriend is Shalimar Heppner, whose dad is Germany's top chef dubbed 'German Gordon Ramsay'
SOMETHING's cooking for David Alaba.
The Bayern Munich defender, 28, looks set to leave the Champions League winners after talks over a new contract reportedly broke down.
And that has a whole host of Premier League clubs, including Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea who are looking to bring the Austrian international in on a free transfer next summer.
Should Alaba make the move, he will uprooting his family including his stunning missus Shalimar Heppner and their son for a new challenge.
They'll both likely miss her dad's cooking, who is a top chef who has been called the 'German Gordon Ramsay'.
But Shalimar, 26, would definitely be a welcome addition to our shores.
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She met Alaba in 2017, and the pair immediately hit it off.
However, they didn't go public with their romance until 2018, when they arrived at the Oktoberfest together in Bavaria.
Shalimar is a part-time model, but also works as a PR manager.
And she's picked up quite the buzz on Instagram – with almost 30,000 followers.
However, she is not as well-known as her dad.
Frank Heppner, Shalimar's father, has worked almost exclusively with luxury hotel restaurants around the world.
From designing menus at Hilton International in Seoul-Korea and the Peninsula Hotels in the Philippines and in Hong Kong to being head chef at Mark's in Munich, Heppner's cooking is renowned in his homeland.
Skilled at grilled meats and fish, he's a mean-hand at a BBQ and has been compared to our very own chef Ramsay.
His focus is on Euro-Asian cuisine, so we want in!
In 2019, Shalimar and Alaba welcomed their first child together.
The pair have never revealed the boy's name, and the left-back has kept the baby's identity private, aside from an image of him holding the baby and kissing his feet.
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"I can hardly wait to show you the world," Alaba revealed in one post gently holding the baby's head.
In another image, he wrote: "Thank you in 2019 for the greatest gift I could ever have imagined. We look forward to 2020 and the years to come with you."
Could those years to come be in the UK? Watch this space.
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