I’m a professional footballer for Bayern Munch and live a cool life – but after training I have nothing to do

BAYERN MUNICH star Alphonso Davies has opened up on the pros and cons that come with being a football superstar.

The 22-year-old is among the hottest properties in world football, and widely regarded as one of the best left-backs on the planet.

Alphonso Davies has given an insight as to what life is like a professional footballerCredit: Getty
The 2020 Champions League winner said being a pro is “very cool” – but there are plenty of drawbacksCredit: EPA
Davies admitted he often has “nothing to do” after he finishes trainingCredit: Instagram / @alphonsodavies

But, according to Davies, while life as a footballer is “very cool” there are plenty of downsides.

He split from his football pro girlfriend Jordyn Huitema last year after five-years of dating and is currently single.

And he admitted living as a professional football star is harder than what people might think.

The Canadian international revealed there is “nothing to do” once his Bayern Munich training is finished.

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He also confessed that he is far from a social butterfly, and only has five friends.

Speaking before breaking up with his long-term partner, Davies said on his Twitch channel: “Life as a professional footballer is very cool, no doubt.

“To chill and enjoy life. But after training, there’s nothing to do.”

Davies was born in a refugee camp in Ghana after his family fled civil war in Liberia.

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He spent the first five years of his life in the camp before settling in Edmonton, Canada.

The full-back continued: “For me, because I don’t have a family and my girlfriend not living with me, I’m by myself.

“It’s a little bit worrying not having something to do and especially when all your friends have work.

“I probably have like five friends. I’m a popular loser.”

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