PSG fans promise to 'cut Dusan Vlahovic's fingers off' if he joins from Juventus
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Paris Saint-Germain fans have made a chilling threat to rumoured transfer target Dusan Vlahovic in the event he joins this summer.
The Juventus striker has been heavily linked with a move away from the Old Lady this summer, with Bayern Munich and Chelsea both registering interest.
But recent reports say Vlahovic has agreed personal terms with PSG, with Foot Mercato claiming he is happy to sign a five-year deal where he will earn €11 million per year.
PSG still have to agree a fee with Juventus and it's claimed an offer of €90 million - a slight increase on what the Bianconeri paid Fiorentina for Vlahovic - might just do it.
However, there is huge opposition from PSG's most passionate set of supporters. A picture has been circulating on social media of ultras holding up a banner protesting the potential arrival of Vlahovic.
Around eight men stood outside PSG's headquarters displaying the message, which read, “You come to Paris, we cut your three fingers off!“.
As per @psg_chief on Twitter, the "three fingers" line is in relation to Vlahovic holding up three fingers in a gesture to symbolise "Serbian victory".
🚨🤯 PSG Ultras’s message to Vlahovic :— Juve Canal (@juve_canal) July 16, 2023
“You come to Paris, we cut your three fingers off!“
This is because of a past “incident" where Vlahovic wore a shirt showing Kosovo as part of the Serbian map & his celebration with 3 fingers that is said to symbolize “Serbian victory“. pic.twitter.com/zpL9bwQhEp
Vlahovic, who did so alongside two other Serbian teammates, also wore a controversial t-shirt which depicted Kosovo as being part of Serbia.
PSG's ultras are among the most vocal in the world and earlier this summer they told Lucas Hernandez he was not welcome at the Parc des Princes ahead of him signing from Bayern Munich.
The fans took issue with his links to rivals Marseille, where he was born during his father Jean-Francois' playing stint.
In addition, PSG supporters remained unhappy about how Hernandez celebrated when Bayern beat them to win the Champions League in 2020.
The former Atletico Madrid man wasn't put off by the protest though and after signing in a £34 million deal, affirmed: "The fans will see I will give everything for the club."
Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar have all had problems with the ultras - with some even turning up at the latter' house in May.