Ex-Man Utd star Jesse Lingard hangs out with Liverpool rival Darwin Nunez as they get tattoos


EX-MANCHESTER UNITED star Jesse Lingard shared a tattoo parlour with Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez this weekend.

The Nottingham Forest player had some time off after Premier League fixtures were cancelled.

Darwin Nunez and Jesse Lingard met at Artemis Tattoo Studio

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Darwin Nunez and Jesse Lingard met at Artemis Tattoo Studio
Lingard is a frequent visitor to the shop

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Lingard is a frequent visitor to the shopCredit: Ritchie Sumpter/News Images
Nunez is a big fan of tattoos

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Nunez is a big fan of tattoosCredit: Reuters

So he paid a visit to Artemis Tatto Studio in Manchester.

The shop is one of Lingard’s favourites and the former Englnad international often gets new ink courtesy of tattoo artist Dale McGovern.

And on this occasion he was joined in the studio by Reds newboy Darwin Nunez.

The Uruguyan is clearly fond of body artwork and appeared to get some new ink on his right leg.

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Afterwards the striker posed for a photo alongside Lingard, Dale and another tattoo artist called Nacho.

Nunez is still settling into life at Liverpool on and off the pitch and has had his share of struggles, including getting sent off for a headbutt on Crystal Palace defender Joachim Andersen.

He has also struggled to displace Roberto Firmino as the central striker and even crushed his private parts against the corner flag in the Merseyside derby earlier this month.

Meanwhile, Lingard was mocked in just his second appearance for Nottingham Forest last month when West Ham fans threw fake money at him.

Lingard is already plotting his life beyond football at revealed he would like to become an actor.

He said: “I want things in place with my little one for when I finish football, so she has something to look up to and it’s about what’s next. I’d like to go into acting.

“I’m strong enough to deal with all that criticism now.

“I’ve been through a lot and it’s always me that will try to break the mould and set the next thing up for the next generation.

“I started the clothing brand the week before we played Liverpool, but we got a win in the week. I do my YouTube stuff, I have my media company and they’re all things I enjoy.

“I love football, it’s my passion, but when I finish I want to work on the next thing and my family can come into it when they’re older.”





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