The couple, who have been dating for two years after meeting on the set of 'The Place Beyond The Pines,' is reportedly going through a rough patch and friends predict they may soon split up for good.
A source close to the 'Drive' star, 32, told UsMagazine.com that his relationship hasn't been going well since they took a brief break six months ago to contemplate their future together.
The insider said: ''He can be moody, and she's insecure. She sees a text from a mystery number and assumes he's talking to other girls. I wouldn't be surprised if they split for good soon.''
Another source said that Eva refuses to discuss their issues with any of her friends, saying: ''She shuts down anyone who brings up Ryan. It's clear something is wrong.''
It was recently reported that Ryan's desire to settle down and start a family is the main source of their woes.
A source told ShowbizSpy.com: ''Ryan's friends know he is ready to settle down, 100 percent. Eva loves Ryan, but she's very non-traditional when it comes to what she wants. She's phobic about commitment. That's the root of the problem.''
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