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Northumbria Police have been forced to deny rumours that former England star Paul Gascoigne is dead.

A spokesperson for the force issued a statement yesterday saying, “There is no cause for concern. We have had several media calls this evening concerning former footballer Paul Gascoigne. This is to confirm that we have had no reported incidents concerning Mr Paul Gascoigne and our checks to date give us no cause for concern about him.”

Gazza’s spectacular fall from grace has seen him sectioned twice under the Mental Health Act in recent months. There were also alleged reports of a botched suicide attempt, involving a cocktail of drink and drugs, two weeks ago in Portugal.

Adding to concerns, disturbing new footage has come to light showing just how disillusioned the former Tottenham and Rangers star is.

Filmed at a bar in Gateshead, the video shows a confused Gascoigne making a series of outlandish boasts; claiming to be in close correspondence with the White House, the Pentagon, the Vatican and George Clooney.

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