'My jerseys are now ruined' – Football fan left fuming after Jorginho signs his USA and Dortmund kits instead of Pulisic | The Sun

A FOOTBALL fan has been left fuming after Chelsea star Jorginho "ruined" their Christian Pulisic shirts.

The supporter had headed to Chelsea's pre-season training base in Los Angeles to try and snag Pulisic's autograph.

But instead of getting a signature from the American, the fan had their Borussia Dortmund and USA Pulisic shirts signed by Jorginho.

And while many Chelsea supporters would be happy about an autograph from a member of the first team, this fan wasn't.

They claimed Jorginho walked over after training and simply signed the Pulisic shirts without permission, while Pulisic himself failed to sign either of them.

The fuming fan took to Twitter to say the kits were now "ruined" and they were "very disappointed".

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They wrote: "Yesterday I attempted to get @cpulisic_10 to sign his USA & Dortmund kits at Chelsea training (he didn't).

"Instead Jorginho shockingly walked up and immediately signed both without asking. I have no idea why, nobody else did.

"My jerseys are now ruined and I'm very disappointed."

Pulisic was signed by the Blues from Borussia Dortmund and is the star of the USA international team, whereas Jorginho has never played for either.

But now both of the Dortmund and USA kits have huge Jorginho signatures on them.

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What could make things even worse is the fact Jorginho recently cast doubt on his Chelsea future.

The 30-year-old expressed his love for the club, but with just one year left on his current deal the midfielder is rumoured to be the subject of transfer interest from Serie A.

At Chelsea's LA training camp, he said: "Of course [I would stay longer], I love Chelsea. I feel very well here and of course, I’d like to stay.

"But you know, a lot is going on and we don’t know. I have a contract and I love to be here. So I don’t think about moving anywhere.

"Every single year [there’s speculation]. I don’t think like this. I just think about where I am and focus 100 per cent."

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