Newly single Tom Brady is back in the dating game after Gisele divorce

Newly available Tom Brady — who split with supermodel ex-wife Gisele Bündchen in October —  is starting to get his feet wet in the dating game after 13 years of marriage.

A source tells us the quarterback “is dating around.”

“He’s shopping,” says the source of the newly eligible bachelor. “He is out and about.”

A rep for Brady, 45, did not respond to requests for comment.

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A source tells Page Six, newly eligible bachelor Tom Brady, who shared this underwear selfie to promote his own brand of skivvies, is dating again.
Brady shares two children with Bündchen, Vivian, 10, and Benjamin, 13. He also has son Jack, 15, with ex, Bridget Moynahan, who he previously dated for two years.

In 2002, he was briefly linked to “Sharknado” actress Tara Reid and former Playboy Playmate, Layla Roberts.

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Brady and his ex, Gisele Bündchen, split in October.

Meanwhile, Bündchen, 42, has been linked to Brady’s pal, billionaire Jeff Soffer, but multiple sources tell Page Six that it’s all just rumors — and that Soffer is actually engaged to another woman, Colleen Schiff

Bündchen denied a relationship with Soffer in Vanity Fair, saying, “I have zero relationship with him in any way. He’s Tom’s friend, not my friend.”

The supermodel added (rather harshly), “I wouldn’t be with this guy. I mean, puh-leeze. They were saying I’m with this guy, he’s old, because he’s got money – it’s ridiculous.”

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We hear the quarterback is “out and about” on the dating scene.

She has also been photographed several times with her son’s martial arts instructor, Joaquim Valente, hanging on the beach, running together and horseback riding.

We are told they have been spending time together in groups and sources tell us that Bündchen and Valente are just friends.

The football legend has plenty on his plate besides planning dates.

Tom Brady
Brady has plenty of projects coming up now that he retired from football.

While Brady announced he would be retiring from football — again — in February, he plans to join FOX Sports as an NFL analyst, plus he also has his popular podcast “Let’s Go,” with Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, as well as numerous endorsements and business interests

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