The news outlet cited sources from another British news outlet that Ed had basically reached his peak with music - accomplishing everything he had set out to do - and that he's ready to settle down and start a family.
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In the article the entertainment website said sources close to Ed said, "he wants to take a back seat after his Divide World Tour wraps up", some even said he could "quit music forever".
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"Ed has pretty much achieved everything there is to achieve in music", one source told the Daily Star.
The insider continued: "When or if he gets married he wants to put his wife and kids first and not his career".
The singer-songwriter is now enjoying his 13th week at the No.1 spot in the United Kingdom album charts with ÷, which has surpassed one million sales.
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However, the singer-songwriter has since taken to Twitter to rubbish the claims, responding to a tweet to MTV UK saying: "Das Bollocks".
Before signing to Atlantic, Sheeran released the No. 5 Collaborations Project EP featuring grime artists Devlin, Wiley, P Money, Ghetts and JME, so don't be surprised if we get a more urban-sounding fourth album from him.
The initial report came after Ed admitted in a recent interview that he won't consider having children until his touring days have come to an end. "I want to be nipping out now and then and actually being able to be a father".
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