Newcastle United WAG gets new ink to represent family
Alexia Notto revealed her new tattoo on Instagram.
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Fashion forward Newcastle United WAG Alexia Notto has revealed a brand-new tattoo, which represents her beloved family.
Alexia, is the wife of Newcastle United’s midfielder Miguel Almiron. The couple have been married since 2016, and share an adorable young son together.
Alexia is known for sharing fashion looks and family life to her Instagram following of 283k, as well as support for her husband in his football career.
Now, she has taken to the social media platform once again to reveal her brand-new ink, which is a black and white artwork of a lion family, located on the underside of her forearm.
The tattoo was designed and inked onto Alexia by Samir Bughdadi, the owner of tattoo and piercing parlour, Samir Bughdadi Tattoo Gallery located in Alexia and Miguel’s home city of Paraguay.
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While his other half is in his homeland, Almiron himself remains on Tyneside after suffering an injury.
The winger went off injured during Newcastle United's 2-0 defeat at AFC Bournemouth last Saturday.
Newcastle head coach Eddie Howe said after the game that Almiron had suffered a hamstring injury, adding: "I hope it's not serious. We don't know at this moment in time just how bad it is."
Following further assessment, the Paraguay national team have communicated that the 29-year-old has suffered a grade 1 hamstring strain.
Almiron was called up to the Paraguay squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Chile and Colombia this month but will have no involvement in the matches.
A statement issued by the Paraguay national team read (translated from Spanish): "The medical team of the national team communicates that, according to the report received from Newcastle United, the player Miguel Almiron suffered a grade 1 muscle injury to the femoral biceps of the right thigh, so he will not be able to be part of the next team's qualifying.
"The Albirroja technical and medical team will provide constant monitoring of the football throughout this time, knowing his great importance to the group, on and off the field of play.
"The Paraguayan Football Association wishes Miguel Almiron a speedy recovery."
A grade 1 hamstring strain may just take weeks to recover rather than months, but it does leave Almiron a doubt for Newcastle's Premier League matches after the international break against Chelsea and Manchester United as well as the Champions League trip to Paris Saint-Germain.