Tom Brady And Gisele are Having Conflict As Brady Decided to Return to NFL

Tom Brady and Gisele are having some issues with Brady’s returning to the NFL. The star footballer announced his retirement from NFL recently. But seems that he was missing the football field and thus decided to return real soon.

However, Gisele, his wife is not happy about the decision and a conflict is going on between them. Earlier this year Tom Brady’s coach revealed in an interview that Tom is retiring from the NFL due to some personal issues. Also, there was a discussion with his teams about his break from Football.

Supposedly, Gisele is not okay with Tom’s decision to continue football. Reports suggest that the supermodel is very supportive but she has a stand on crucial things.

Also, this is not the first time Tom Brady and Gisele are having such troubles in their life. They had many before and they overcome everything. This time also they will come together to a point where it will be for the best of their lives and work together.

For now, Gisele is a little upset and she needs a break. So she will not be living with Tom for a few days. Tom Brady and Gisele took this mutual decision and they are willing to give each other some personal space to sort out the conflicts between them.

Gisele will soon leave for Costa Rica from their Tampa home. Insiders suggest that she tried her best to adjust to Tom’s decision of unretirement. But it’s not been easy for her as they had some mutual agreement on this before.

Amid the conflict, Brady took his Twitter handle to share how much he misses his team. He tweets that the past two months were tough for him and he realized that, he belongs to the field. Further, he added, that he’ll soon be back in the field for the 23rd season in Tampa for the unfinished business.

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