Nicolas Jackson Spotted in Brazilian Ronaldo’s jersey as he makes donation in Senegal

Nicolas Jackson returned to his hometown in Senegal after completing a season with Chelsea in the English Premier League, where he made a significant donation to his community.

The forward was seen wearing a classic Brazilian jersey while spending time with friends and family in Ziguinchor.

Jackson missed Senegal’s 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Mauritania on June 9 due to an injury sustained in a match against DR Congo three days earlier.

Following a solid first season in the Premier League, the 22-year-old is now in Dakar for the holidays before pre-season training starts under Chelsea’s new manager, Enzo Maresca.

Social media photos show Jackson in a Brazil 1998 World Cup jersey as he distributed items to the residents of Ziguinchor.

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He also watched young footballers play in the area where he grew up.

The former Villarreal player aims to recover in time for pre-season in July as Chelsea prepares for a stronger campaign next season.

Despite facing some criticism, Jackson concluded the season with 14 Premier League goals and five assists, according to Transfermarkt.

He is anticipated to be a key player for Maresca’s team in the upcoming season.

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