Dele Alli has split from model girlfriend Ruby Mae 'because he spent too long playing Fortnite'

FOOTIE ace Dele Alli has split from his pin-up lover Ruby Mae — with mates blaming the amount of time he spent playing online video game Fortnite.

The pair, both 24, have separated after a series of heated rows and she has moved out of their £2million pad.

Friends said model Ruby was “incensed” over the Spurs and England star’s recent behaviour — including “spending too much time playing Fortnite.”

One friend told The Sun: “Dele and Ruby Mae are finished.

“Their relationship has been turbulent, but it now feels very much like the end. Ruby is sad but looking out for herself now.

“She had enough of Dele’s good-time nature, and packed up her things.

"She’s looking after number one from here.”

They broke up just before Valentine’s Day and have unfollowed each other on social media.

Ruby, who has modelled for Dolce & Gabbana and Chanel, began dating Dele in 2016. They briefly split in 2018.

Last year, masked robbers with knives raided their home as £150,000-a-week Dele was playing pool with his 24-year-old brother Harry Hickford and a friend.

The midfielder — who last month reportedly wanted a move to Paris Saint-Germain after a lack of game time at Spurs — was punched in the face.

The crooks escaped with watches and jewellery and Dele beefed up security by buying a Dobermann guard dog.

Ruby first hit the headlines after being spotted consoling him after England lost 2-1 to Iceland and were knocked out of Euro 2016.

As they hugged, their relationship became public. And they have since been spotted together looking loved-up on various holidays, including in Mykonos and Ibiza.

Ruby has established herself as a high-profile model with a host of big-name brands.

She is an avid Instagrammer and constantly updates her profile with new snaps of her life.

Last week, she was blasted by road safety chiefs for sharing a video with her 96,000 Instagram fans which she shot while over-taking on a motorway.

It is illegal to use a phone while driving and campaigners have urged cops to investigate.

Offenders can be fined up to £1,000 and potentially be banned.

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