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 By Chris Wright

Neymar's sister and Brazil striker Gabriel 'Gabigol' Barbosa are an item

After weeks of largely mild speculation, Neymar's younger sister has confirmed she is dating her brother's international teammate, Inter Milan striker Gabriel "Gabigol" Barbosa.

Rafaella, who is a model by trade, posted a black-and-white photo on Instagram of the new couple sharing a little smooch, thus cementing the relationship for all to see.

Just to seal the deal, Gabigol did likewise but in full and glorious technicolour.

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A post shared by Gabriel Barbosa ���� (@gabigol) on

Of course, in time-honoured tradition this new romantic pairing is in urgent need of a blended celebrity couple name.

Might we suggest 'Rafigol'? Or how about 'Gabaella'? 'Gabiraf'? 'Rafaegab'?

On second thoughts, we might just leave them to it.

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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