Ashley Cole played for both Arsenal and Chelsea during his playing career.
He made 228 appearances for the Gunners, winning two Premier League titles and three FA Cups before making the move to Chelsea in 2006 where he made 338 appearances winning the Premier League, four FA Cup trophies, the League Cup, Champions League and Europa League.
As a pundit on Sky Sports, covering Arsenal’s 2-0 victory over Wolves on Saturday, Cole should hus heart belongs to Chelsea after revealing he hopes Chelsea finish in the top four.
“I think when it’s coming to the top four, I think it’s tough,” Cole told Sky Sports.
“I couldn’t put my money on who is going to finish in the top four, it’s probably out of the top seven If you’re saying Arsenal are there, then why can’t you say Sheffield United are there?
“For me I think it is too hard to pick, I just hope Chelsea make it.”
After showing his support for Chelsea, Jamie Redknapp reminded him of his days before Stamford Bridge and asked: “And Arsenal?”
Cole quietly echoed Redknapp as he added: “And Arsenal…”
Redknapp then quickly responded: “You don’t mean that,” as Cole smirked and said nothing.