Sandro Tonali girlfriend posts snuggled up pic with adorable pooch
The couple share a French Bulldog together.
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The long-term girlfriend of Newcastle United midfielder, Sandro Tonali has uploaded an adorable photo of herself and her dog, as they snuggled up in bed.
Fashion designer Juliette Pastore, who has been in a relationship with Italian footballer Tonali since 2019, posted the pic of herself lying in bed, with her cute French Bulldog lying beside her to her Instagram Story.
He added a caption which read: “my half”, which was accompanied by a white heart emoji.
Juliette is the founder of her own fashion brand, which is named Juliette.24 Club, where she sells handmade fashion, from clothing to accessories.
She expressed her love for her dog within her fashion brand, as she designed a unisex t-shirt which included a photo of the pooch alongside the words ‘dogue’, which was clearly a play on the title of highly-esteemed fashion magazine Vogue.
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Juliette is one of many Newcastle United WAGs who love to share adorable snaps of their pets.
Juliette’s boyfriend Tonali is currently on a break from Newcastle United due to illegal betting activity.
It was confirmed in October that FIFA had ratified the Italian Football Federation’s 10-month suspension for Tonali following an investigation into illegal betting activity.
As part of the ban, the 23-year-old, who admitted to being a gambling addict, will participate in a therapeutic plan and educational programme in Italy consisting of 16 commitments.
Tonali became Newcastle’s second most expensive signing in the summer following his £52million arrival from Serie A giants AC Milan.
The Italy international has made 12 appearances for the club at the beginning of the 2023-24 season but won’t return to action until August next year.