Newcastle United WAG Chana Kesselaar works up sweat in Amsterdam gym as boyfriend Sven Botman recovers

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The fashion designer took to Instagram to share a photo of her gym session.

Newcastle United WAG Chana Kesselaar has been working on her fitness as she shares a post of a gym session in her home city of Amsterdam. 

Sharing a post to Instagram Stories, the fashion-fashion stylist WAG showed the workout equipment available in the gym, which stood in front of beautiful, stained-glass windows.

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The gym that Chana had visited is Core 40 Studio, which is located in Amsterdam, where Chana was born and raised before moving to Newcastle to be with her Newcastle United player boyfriend, Sven Botman. 

Sven and Chana have been in a relationship since 2016, although they feature on each other's social media profiles very rarely. 

Last year, Chana posted to Instagram to express her pride towards Sven, following his award nomination for Young Player of the Season. 

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Newcastle United confirmed last week defender Sven Botman will likely miss much of the rest of 2024 through injury.  

It is expected the Netherlands centre-back will be out for six to nine months, after a scan revealed he needs surgery on a long-standing knee injury.

Fashion-forward Chana Kesselaar.Fashion-forward Chana Kesselaar.
Fashion-forward Chana Kesselaar. | Instagram

Botman last played for the Magpies in the FA Cup tie against Manchester City, a game in which he was substituted late on having experienced the knee issue.

A club statement confirming the news read: "Everyone at Newcastle United wishes Sven a full and speedy recovery."

The £32million man has already missed a huge chunk of football this campaign, having suffered an ACL tear in September 2023, only returning to action in December.

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