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Reports in Chile suggest Miss Rodriguez will join Sanchez in Manchester when she has finished filming her current TV series.
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A bright youngster, he went to Beverley Grammar School before forming part of the British team that won the Junior Davis Cup for the first time in 2011.
By the age of 17 he was enrolled at the Lawn Tennis Association's elite training centre in London, returning to his family's £350,000 home at the weekend.
Today it is expected that Alexis Sanchez – the boy from a mining town in northern Chile – will start earning £600,000 a week as England's best-paid soccer star.
But, if reports this weekend are true, he has already fallen into the louche lifestyle of the modern footballer far away from home and his girlfriend.
At 30, Murray is fast approaching the twilight of his career as he continues to take time off to recover from a lingering hip injury.
Edmund, nicknamed Kedders, was born in Johannesburg in 1995, but moved to the village of Tickton at three when his parents Steven, 49, and Denise, 50, relocated to east Yorkshire.
The 23-year-old – brought up by middle-class parents in a quiet Yorkshire village – keeps his counsel and stays out of the limelight.
As he boarded a private jet to further his big-money transfer to Manchester United, the Arsenal star faced claims that he had picked up a student in a bar and offered her £1,000 for sex in his opulent flat.
Sanchez, who is dating actress Mayte Rodriguez, allegedly sent 20-year-old Paulina Sobierajska a series of Whats App messages, including one reading: 'Ok baby see you later? 'The 29-year-old is said to have paid her £1,000 in £20 notes before performing a striptease as they sipped pink champagne in his Kensington apartment.
But he now stands on the verge of entering Britain's tennis hall of fame – and being accepted as the long-awaited successor to Andy Murray.
A series of surprise victories at the Australian Open have seen him make the quarter-finals – the only British player to do so, aside from Murray, since John Lloyd in 1985.