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Fan Left 'Very Disappointed' After Jorginho 'Ruins' His Christian Pulisic Shirts At Pre-Season Training

Fan Left 'Very Disappointed' After Jorginho 'Ruins' His Christian Pulisic Shirts At Pre-Season Training

The Chelsea midfielder decided to sign both shirts without asking.

A fan turned up at Chelsea's pre-season training camp with the hope of getting Christian Pulisic's signature, but things didn't exactly go to plan.

Thomas Tuchel's side are currently in Los Angeles, California to take part in a summer training camp ahead of the new campaign.

In recent days, the Premier League outfit have been preparing for Sunday's first warm-up game against Mexican side Club America, so LA-based Justin decided to take advantage of their visit by waiting outside the club's training camp.

With two shirts in hand, he waited patiently for United States international Pulisic to arrive on the scene.

But out of nowhere, Italian midfielder Jorginho walked over to sign both of his Borussia Dortmund and USA shirts without asking. How did he not spot Pulisic's name on the back?

You can see footage of the incident below.

Five seconds later and the 30-year-old had penned his trademark signature on two Christian Pulisic jerseys.

Aspiring football writer Justin took to Twitter shortly after to have his say on the matter. "Yesterday I attempted to get @cpulisic_10 to sign his USA & Dortmund kits at Chelsea training (he didn't)," he wrote.

"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."

The post picked up thousands of likes and retweets on Twitter along with plenty of comments. One fan asked why he didn't tell Jorginho to stop.

"I should've. I regret not doing so, but I was simply shocked," Justin said. "Tuchel and many other players walked by without thinking I wanted them to sign them. I didn't expect that at all."

He added: "At least I can take solace in the fact that this is bringing people a good laugh."

At the end of the day, Justin is still keen on getting Pulisic's signature, so I reckon we pull together as a community and get him kitted out with a signed shirt.

Make it happen.

Featured Image Credit: @JSRFootball/Twitter

Topics: Chelsea, Christian Pulisic, United States, Premier League