Tom Brady admirer Veronika Rajek reveals childhood love for English soccer icon and 'settles' Messi-Ronaldo GOAT debate | The Sun

TOM Brady fan Veronika Rajek revealed her childhood love in an exclusive interview with The U.S. Sun.

The stunning Slovakian model has shot to fame in the United States in recent months.

She turned up to a Tampa Bay Buccaneers game in December in a Brady shirt and professed her love for quarterback Tom Brady.

Veronika, 26, grew up in Slovakia and began her modeling career in Europe.

She was raised on a diet of sport and European football rather than the American version she now loves.

And she told The U.S. Sun: "My childhood love was David Beckham and I think he’s the best football player ever. I grew up in his era and admire him.

"I love the whole Beckham family – I love Victoria’s style.

"From the new age, it’s really tough to choose Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi because they’re both amazing but different.

"I don’t watch football that much but I think they’re both GOATs."

Veronika added: "When I was living in Milan, I had a friend Juraj Kucka who played for AC Milan so I watched them.

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"We (Slovakia) are a small country with super talented people who need to go out of the country to become famous.

"There are some amazing players from Slovakia like Marek Hamsik and also our hockey players."

Veronika now lives in Mexico where she manages her modeling career and soaks up the sun.

She often posts glamorous pictures on her Instagram page and shows off her super-fit physique.

The 26-year-old said: "I did track and field for eight years. My life is healthy food, sport, work and relaxing.

"I started when I was nine years old because I admired my teacher at school.

"He was a god to me because he did athletics and I wanted to show him I was good so I started running marathons.

"When I finished elementary school I went to a high school for sport. I was doing sport and work out every day.

"I can’t imagine life without working out and sport and I think it’s very important for young people because it’s like cleaning the mind."

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