Tom Brady’s retirement has generated hundreds of notes, coverage, speculation and much more related to what the winner of seven Super Bowls in the NFL is going to do. For several months, after his divorce from Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bündchen, Brady has been the subject of a thousand rumors related to who will be the new owner of his heart or who could conquer him on the love front.
For the time being, he will take a break in Miami
But the girls who want to rise her hands will have to wait, because according to several sources close to Brady, who spoke to Page Six, the now former quarterback of the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers does not plan to be dating anyone, as he wants to concentrate on resting, being with his three children and taking care of his business.
In fact, Brady has rented a large apartment in Surfside, one of the most exclusive areas of Miami, and is dating several friends he has in the area, including former British soccer player David Beckham.
In fact, it is believed that the video with which he announced his retirement from the NFL was recorded in the beach area where the apartment is located.
He will be dedicated to being with his children, no dates in between
According to sources cited by Page Six, Brady will be devoted almost entirely to being with his children, the two he had with Bündchen (Benjamin, 13, and Vivienne, 10) as well as his firstborn son Jack (15), whom he had with actress Bridget Moynahan.
“Brady gave it his all in his last NFL season, but now he’s ready to give it all for his family and his new life,” a source said. “His children, ultimately, were the reason he made this decision. He never thought he and Gisele would divorce. He didn’t want the divorce,” she added.
On whether he is dating any women, the source was clear: “No, he’s not formally dating anyone right now. His friends want to set him up, but he’s all about the kids.”
In addition, Brady has a juicy 10-year, $375 million contract waiting for him that the FOX network gave him since last year when he first announced his retirement. He will likely be a guest on the Super Bowl telecast alongside his soon-to-be partner, Kevin Burkhardt.