Zinchenko Has Revealed He Calls Aaron Ramsdale ‘Boris Johnson’ In Response To Being Nicknamed ‘Zinky Winky’.

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After Ukrainian star, Oleksandr Zinchenko was given the nickname Zinky Winky by his new teammates at Arsenal, the firmer Manchester City wingback nicknamed Aaron Ramsdale, the club’s goalkeeper, as Boris Johnson.

Oleksandr Zinchenko Has Revealed He Calls Aaron Ramsdale 'Boris Johnson' In Response To Being Nicknamed 'Zinky Winky'.
Oleksandr Zinchenko

Gunners’ Summer signing, Oleksandr Zinchenko is integrating into North London extremely quickly and getting to know his new teammates.

During the past few weeks, the Ukrainian wingback moved from Manchester City to Arsenal after the North London club and Manchester City reached an agreement on a transfer fee worth £30 million, which could increase to £32 million depending on performance.

The previous week, Oleksandr Zinchenko made his Arsenal debut against Chelsea in Orlando, Florida, and the North London team defeated its neighborhood foe, Chelsea, 4-0.

Oleksandr Zinchenko Has Revealed He Calls Aaron Ramsdale 'Boris Johnson' In Response To Being Nicknamed 'Zinky Winky'.
Aaron Ramsdale, Arsenal’s goalkeeper.

Zinchenko is getting to know his colleagues at Arsenal extremely well, According to reliable sources, the new teammates have already given the Ukrainian national a nickname.

Arsenal players now refer to him as Zinky Winky rather than Zinchenko. The former Manchester City Star responded by giving Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale a moniker as well.

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According to AFTV, Oleksandr Zinchenko is referring to Aaron Ramsdale as “Boris Johnson” because he thinks Ramsdale looks like the former British Prime Minister.

The versatile captain of Ukraine left Manchester City after six trophy-filled seasons to take on a new challenge and reunite with Mikel Arteta, coach Pep Guardiola’s former assistant at Manchester City.

Zinchenko, a very talented 25-year-old player in the present market, cost Arsenal roughly £30 million for a four-year contract, which is a bit of a steal.

Zinchenko at his initiation ceremony

In the victory over the Blues, Zinchenko made his unofficial Arsenal debut. He made an impression the entire time he was on the field, looking cool under pressure while controlling the ball and helping his team to win comfortably.

The Ukrainian is accustomed to being on a winning team because he won four Premier League championships, League Cups, an FA Cup, and both while playing for City. As Arsenal will strive for a top-four finish this season, his statement to his Arsenal teammates hints that he anticipates the same at his new club.

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Oleksandr Zinchenko, a versatile player from Ukraine, will provide the Arsenal club with a different qualitative attribute that they haven’t had before, according to manager Mikel Arteta.

With a convincing 6-0 thrashing of Sevilla, the Gunners capped off a strong preseason campaign. New additions Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus all made an impression on all the games they featured in during preseason.

The manager is thrilled to have signed Zinchenko. Arteta says he’s looking forward to having the distinct mentality that helped him battle his way from being an outsider to a crucial player on Pep Guardiola’s side in the locker room.

Oleksandr Zinchenko

After joining Arsenal from Manchester City, the Ukrainian appears to be in line for a regular position.

Despite having only 10 starts all of last season, the Ukrainian star still managed to average 5.1 points per game thanks to four assists and five shutouts.

His versatility, which gives the Gunners a choice between left-back and central midfield, might prove vital.

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