Chelsea star Cole Palmer just played a starring role against his former club Manchester City in the Premier League. Palmer, who’s one of the promising midfielders in the league, switched clubs to join Chelsea this summer. Palmer left his boyhood club, City, to join Chelsea for a deal worth $52 million. However, in this article, we will take a look at his ethnicity and religion.
Born on May 6, 2002, in Wythenshawe, Manchester, Cole Palmer is an English citizen by birth. He joined City at the youth level before rising the ranks and playing for the first team. He has already won the Premier League and was a part of City’s first Champions League-winning team. Despite being an English citizen, Palmer has mixed cultural and ethnic roots.
Palmer was born to Jermaine, who was a former soccer player, and his mother, Janet. While Palmer’s mother is of white British descent, his father has African roots. Palmer’s father reportedly has his ethnic roots in West Africa, or probably in East Africa.
The reports suggest that the Chelsea star is of Kittitian descent due to his father. This means that his father probably comes from Saint Kitts and Nevis, an island country located in Africa.
Despite his father’s African descent, Cole Palmer’s appearance is dominated by her mother’s ethnic roots. However, Palmer’s love towards his father’s cultural roots can seen by the England international’s taste in music. Palmer is known to be a great fan of Jamaican music, rap, and reggae. There is even a video of Palmer singing the song ‘Clarks’ by Vybz Kartel, a Jamaican rapper and reggae artist.
What is Cole Palmer’s religion?
According to reports, the former Manchester City star Cole Palmer is a Christian. While Palmer has never publicly spoken about his religious beliefs, it is suggested that he has been raised as a Christian. Palmer is like many other soccer players who don’t publicly display or talk about their religious beliefs.
WON IT ALL 🏆👏
Cole Palmer joined Manchester City as an 8-year old in 2010… a couple of Premier League titles, a Champions League, Super Cup and an FA Cup later, he is set to leave 😔
— The92Bible (@The92Bible) August 30, 2023
Meanwhile, Cole Palmer is proving to be a great acquisition for Chelsea after they signed him for Manchester City. Palmer was one of the brightest talents in the City squad who rose from the club’s youth level.
During his thirteen-year stint at the club, Palmer won the Premier League once, one Champions League, and one FA Cup and UEFA Super Cup. He also scored six goals and provided two assists for City’s first team in 41 appearances.