TOTTENHAM’S superstars aren’t the one footballers obsessive about online game Fortnite.
Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Keiran Trippier have expressed their love of the pc sport that has swept the nation’s teenager – and Monaco new boy Jonathan Panzo isn’t any completely different.
Ex-Chelsea defender Panzo, who spoke exclusively to SunSport about his decision to quit the Blues for Monaco this summer season, commonly performs Fortnite along with his former teammates.
He’s very shut with Taylor Richards, the thrilling younger Manchester Metropolis midfielder, in addition to Southampton’s Kayne Ramsey.
Having swapped West London for the French Riviera this summer season, Panzo makes use of Fortnite as a manner of retaining contact with friends.
“All of us play Fortnite collectively,” the 17-year-old centre-back advised SunSport.
“We’re all on the cellphone. There’s this app known as Home Occasion, so it’s like an enormous FaceTime with a number of folks.
“So on one name there’s Taylor in a single nook, me in one other, and so forth.”
The group plan to exit to Monaco to see Panzo quickly.
Panzo, one in all England’s Below-17 World Cup winners, has signed a five-year deal on the Ligue 1 aspect as he seeks first-team soccer.
In his spare time, Panzo shall be in a frantic struggle for survival on the island.