Lionesses hero Ella Toone's secret boyfriend revealed as professional footballer on Ibiza holiday with Euro 2022 winner | The Sun

LIONESSES legend Ella Toone is dating non-league footballer Joe Bunney, we can reveal.

The 22-year-old striker, whose superb goal helped England beat Germany in the Euro final last month, has been partying in Ibiza with the defender, 29.

The loved-up couple were photographed hugging and kissing on the beach in front of other holidaymakers.

A friend said: “Ella and Joe are very much in love and have been together for a while now. They are both from Manchester and have mutual friends who introduced them.

“Those who know them think they are the perfect pairing. Joe is Ella’s biggest cheerleader and he could not have been more proud to watch her lifting the trophy at the Euros.

“They keep their love life out of the spotlight usually but Joe couldn’t resist joining Ella in Ibiza to celebrate with her.”

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Ella was pictured letting her hair down on a luxury yacht off the party isle.

Over the weekend she was at a Calvin Harris gig alongside other members of the England women’s squad, including captain Leah Williamson and Nikita Parris.

While Ella plays for Man United Women, Joe is currently a free agent after leaving Warrington Rylands at the end of last season.

He has previously played for a number of teams, including a five-year stint at Rochdale and spells at Northampton Town and Bolton Wanderers.

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Joe, who has two kids from a previous relationship, also had a trial at Scunthorpe this summer and played in a pre-season loss against Middlesbrough.

Meanwhile, Ella made history as she helped England win its first major tournament since the 1966 World Cup.

She equalised against Spain in the quarter-finals — and her incredible chip in the final after coming off the bench sent the Wembley crowd berserk.

Ella said: “I thought that would be the best shot to do.

"I started celebrating even before it had gone in the net, so I was confident it was going in and then the whole stadium erupted.

"Honestly – best feeling of my life.”

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