Everton star Dele Alli looks loved up with girlfriend Cindy Kimberly as they soak up the sun on break in Italy | The Sun

DELE ALLI looked loved up with his girlfriend as they soaked up the sun while on a break in Italy.

The Everton ace is enjoying a holiday with Cindy Kimberly on the Costa Smeralda in northern Sardinia as he works his way back to full fitness following a hip muscle injury.

The romantic duo were all smiles as they put on a playful display in the hot Italian sunshine.

Cindy was spotted taking a dip in the ocean wearing a blue bikini, while Alli lounged on a sunbed in designer shades and turquoise trunks.

The pair packed on the PDA with a series of passionate kisses as they relaxed at Nikki Beach.

The 24-year-old was first seen with footballer Alli while holidaying on a yacht in Capri, Italy in 2022.

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The pair have been going strong ever since.

The 27-year-old former England international has so far failed to make an impact at Everton, after switching from Spurs in January 2022.

Alli recently revealed in an emotional interview that he had even considered hanging up his boots.

He also bravely opened up about how he was sexually abused as a six-year-old – and dealing drugs aged eight.

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The attacking midfielder also spoke about past alcohol problems, sleeping-pill addiction and addressed his mental-health issues.

He also spent six weeks in a rehab clinic.

He said: "Now is the right time for me to tell people what's been going on.

"It's tough to talk about because it's something I've hid for a long time. I'm scared to talk about it.

"When I came back from Turkey, I found out I needed an operation I was in a bad place mentally and I decided to go to a modern-day rehab facility for mental health.

"They deal with addiction and trauma. I felt it was time for me.

"You can't be told to go there – you have to know and make the decision yourself or it's not going to work.

"I was caught in a bad cycle and things that were doing me harm."

The football world has thrown its support behind Alli.

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He was warmly greeted at Tottenham on Saturday as he watched their 2-0 win against Manchester United.

The former Spur caught up with many of his former team-mates afterwards.

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