Leicester City defender Wesley Fofana delighted in a glorious debut season at the King Power.
Endorsed in the mid year of 2020 for £30million from Saint Etienne as a youngster, the youthful centre-back sparkled during his first season in English football.
Fofana is as of now on vacation in Dubai making the most of his late spring break, having been compelled to miss the European Under-21 Championships with a shoulder issue.
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Presently, while away, an image of Fofana wearing an Arsenal shirt has arisen via online media – obviously provoking a lot of reactions from Gunners’ fans.
Fofana has now quickly tried to clarify the circumstance, in a bid to alleviate any apprehensions Leicester fans may have.
“OK mates. I have been tricked by some former friends wearing an Arsenal jersey,” he wrote on Twitter.
“I played a football game (as coach I cannot run) with some friends and at the end we exchanged jerseys.
“I have been photographed in, what I thought, was my private sphere. I had obviously no thinking that what was a friendly game and joke will end up in social networks.
“I feel sorry for our fans and angry against the guys that have seized the opportunity to make this bad buzz.
“Sorry for all Arsenal friends, I have strictly no problem with the red but only the blue is in my heart.”
Alongside the picture of the message, Fofana wrote: “I’m not a good coach we lost 20 to 5.”