Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies’s dad is a Chelsea fan, the forward revealed ahead of their Champions League clash.
The Blues take on their German rivals at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.
Frank Lampard’s side face a tough test against a side that has not lost in seven games.
But Davies, who is into his second season with the club, has admitted a weakness for the club.
Speaking to German sports magazine Kicker, the 19-year-old said: "My dad has always been a big Chelsea fan, and I was a fan of Didier Drogba.
"But I'm pretty sure he loves me more than he does Chelsea."
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And the Bayern winger already had a connection with the London side.
Fikayo Tomori told Goal: ”I remember when the squad got announced, the media was talking about the 15-year-old that was playing for Canada Under-20s.
“It was Alphonso Davies.
"I actually hadn’t heard of him before and we got to the camp and we were sharing a room. I was like 'oh, I am sharing a room with a 15-year-old' and I was 18 at this point.
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“But we actually got on really well.
"Being at Bayern Munich has obviously improved him massively, but back then if you didn’t know you wouldn’t say he was 15 from the way he was built and playing. You could see there was something."
While Bayern are top of the Bundesliga, the Canadian said they are not taking any chances with the Blues.
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"It'll be a difficult game,” Davies continued.
“They are a young, hungry team. We need to make sure we're well prepared."
Chelsea and Bayern have history in the competition, with Drogba’s penalty winning the Champions League on the German side’s own ground in 2012.
And midfielder Mateo Kovacic has sent a defiant message to the German side ahead of their rematch.
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