Irina Shayk finished with Cristiano Ronaldo over cheating claims

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Irina Shayk ended her relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo after she claimed that he cheated on her, reports the Mirror.

It has been suggested that Shayk, who spent five years with the Portuguese superstar, found messages from a number of women on his phone. 

At the time, back in January, Ronaldo insisted that the duo came to a mutual agreement over the split, but it now appears that there may well have been something more in the saga. 

A source told The Sun: "She immediately confronted Cristiano about it, but he initially denied any knowledge.

"After she explained to him what she had found he eventually admitted to messaging the girls.

"She couldn't believe it so immediately got out of the house. She ended the relationship there and then."

Neither of Ronaldo or Shayk have confirmed or dismissed the rumours, but these latest suggestions will no doubt run over the coming months. 

What next for Ronaldo?

There's no doubt about it, things haven't been going to plan for Ronaldo on or off the pitch of late. On it, his Real Madrid side have endured a tricky campaign, and look set to miss out on the La Liga title after being dumped out of the Champions League this past week. 

Of course, the versatile forward is still recognised as one of the world's best players, but will no doubt be hoping for a better season in the 2015/16 campaign. 

Do you believe these rumours? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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