Leeds United defender Pontus Jansson has vowed to be at Stamford Bridge in February for the Europa League Round of 32 clash between Malmo and Chelsea.

Jansson, who started his career at Malmo, is an ardent follower of the club and has confirmed that he will be supporting his former side against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Malmo, who are currently coached by former Leeds boss Uwe Rosler, booked their berth in the knockout stages with Group L winners Chelsea with the help of a goal from another former Whites employee in the form of Marcus Antonsson.

The Swedish outfit will have their work cut out against Chelsea, who are touted as one of the favourites to win the Europa League, and will take the trip to London in February.

However, Jansson has insisted that London will be painted blue on the night and added that he will be in attendance at Stamford Bridge.

“Yes, come on!!! Away days, 21st February, London will be painted sky blue. See you there!”, Jansson wrote on Twitter.

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Jansson won three league titles with Malmo during his five-year stint with the club at senior level before making the switch to Torino in 2014.