- The Undertaker has joined a host of American celebrities supporting Premier League clubs
- The Deadman responded to a tweet from Leicester City after unveiling their latest signing Cengiz Under
- Leicester City will be playing host to Arsenal in the 3rd Round of the Carabao Cup at the King Power Stadium
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The Undertaker has officially shown his support for Premier League side, Leicester City, after the Foxes signed Turkish forward, Cengiz Under.
The King Power outfit announced the arrival of Under on a loan deal from Roma on their official Twitter handle.
And they uploaded Undertaker's ring attire including his famous hat and his long jacket placed on each other to officially confirm the Turk's arrival.
The WWE legend then replied the tweet with:
"Digging holes and scoring goals…"
Leicester fans got excited and began to share the Phenom's tweet showing support for the 2015 Premier League champions.
"The Undertaker tweeting Leicester. Am I dreaming right now or?"
Another said: "
Now this is what Twitter is for ... Unbelievable stuff!!"
"Name a better crossover."
Brendan Rodgers' side have maintained their 100 per cent record in the new season with back to back wins over West Brom and Burnley. The Undertaker will be having much to celebrate.
The Foxes will face a stern test in the Carabao Cup as they welcome Arsenal to the King Power Stadium in a 3rd Round fixture, with new signing Under hoping to make his debut.
After signing, the 23-year-old said: “I can’t wait to go to Leicester and start training.
"I’ve always wanted to play in England and this is a great opportunity to play in the Premier League.
“I will try to help my team-mates on the pitch and off the pitch and I believe that I can improve my performance every day.
"I think I am fast and can create lots of chances for my colleagues."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Alvaro Morata has returned to Italy to join reigning Serie A champions Juventus on a one-year loan deal as the contract also has the option of making the move permanent.
The Spanish footballer who has played for several top clubs in Europe in recent years is returning to Italy where he had one of the biggest moments of his career.
Morata was on the books of Atletico Madrid, having joined Diego Simeone's side from Chelsea in January 2019 - on an initial loan deal that was made permanent in July this year – but with Luis Suarez being linked with a move to the Rojiblancos, Morata has now left for Turin.
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