COLE JERMAINE PALMER IS A REAL YARD MAN! 🇯🇲🤣 I know he was fuming this deal never got concluded in time for Carnival. A great deal for himself and Chelsea. He was too far down in the pecking order for a player of his quality at City, and, his profile is one Pochettino’s side massively lack! 👏 🔵 #colepalmer #mancity #chelseafc #premierleague
"Me and my sister were in the house one day and there was a TikTok trend going around. People were singing songs and stuff and then my sister said ‘Come and sing this song’,” he said when asked about the clip.
"On my boots it has the St. Kitts flag and the England flag and my sister wanted to make sure the St. Kitts flag got in. She posted it and it stayed quiet for quite a while to be fair and then one day I saw it everywhere and now I can't stop seeing it."
Who knows, maybe if he plays and scores against Malta we can expect a celebratory rap from one of England’s youngest new stars.
Of course, he's hardly the first footballer to have a go at dropping a few bars with the likes of Ian Wright, Andy Cole and Clint Dempsey all trying their hand a rap career. Going back further, who could forget Chris Waddle and Glenn Hoddle's 'Diamond Lights.'
Palmer came through the Manchester City academy before moving to Chelsea for £40 million in the summer. He has played for England at all youth levels, beginning with his first U15s cap in 2016.