Chelsea and England star Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 22, denies online rumors that he was about to become the first open gay football player of the Premier League and had fled to his teammates
- Ruben Loftus-Cheek has denied rumors that he has become gay for Chelsea
- An online rumor suggested that the 22-year-old midfielder had said he was gay
- The player said the rumor was not true, but he would support every homosexual player
- No Premier League footballer has said they were gay when playing in England
Darren Boyle for MailOnline
Chelsea and the English star Ruben Loftus-Cheek have refused online rumors that he had told his teammates that he was gay.
The 22-year-old midfielder wrote on Twitter: & # 39; Every player who came out as gay, would have my full support and respect.
& # 39; But the rumor is not true. & # 39;
Chelsea and England's footballer, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, have denied online rumors that he had come to his fellow Chelsea teammates as a gay man
The star, who is currently injured, wrote that he would fully support every player that came out
Loftus-Cheek wrote on Twitter that every player who wanted to come would have his full support, but said the rumor about his private life was not true
No current Premier League footballer ever announced that she was gay while playing in England.
Thomas Hitzlsperger, former Aston Villa player, announced that he was gay in 2013 after his retirement due to injuries.
A Chelsea fan recently got a fine of nearly £ 1,000 and was banned from all football stadiums until 2022 after he admitted that on December 16 at the Amex Stadium in Brighton he threw homophobic assaults to the players of Brighton and Hove Albion.
George Bradley was thrown out of the ground by the stewards and the police after he heard a furious scream against player abuse while his team played in Brighton and Hove Albion on December 16th.
The 20-year-old was heard in the road & # 39; sitting area and later arrested. He was accused of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior to cause intimidation, alarm or fear, a police spokesman said.