Inter Milan fans have unveiled a savage banner outside the San Siro in response to Romelu Lukaku's controversial Chelsea interview.
The former Inter striker dropped a bombshell on his current side on Thursday, declaring he was "not happy" and wants to return to the Serie A side.
He's since added more fuel to the fire by telling Lautaro Martinez to stay put and not join him at Stamford Bridge as he'll be coming back to re-partner him.
Blues fans are furious with Lukaku and there's been calls for him to leave in the January transfer window – but it seems Inter supporters don't want him either.
Via Italian journalist Luca Bendoni, their banner reads: "It doesn't matter who runs away in the rain. It counts who stays in the storm. Bye, Romelu."
Lukaku had Inter fans raging in the summer when he decided to go back on his word and make his way through the exit door.
He had initially told them he would be staying but when the cash-strapped club couldn't meet his contract demands, he left.
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The Belgium international has now successfully annoyed two fanbases.
And there are significant questions about what lies in store for his future, with his position at Chelsea seemingly untenable.
Of the sitaution, Blues boss Thomas Tuchel said: "We don't like it of course. It brings noise that we don't need and it's not helpful.
"We don't want to make more out of it than it actually is. It is easy to take lines out of context, shorten lines, make headlines and then realise later that it is not so bad."
Tuchel added: "Like I said, this is what you read into it. It is very easy, in general, to take lines out of context and make headlines to get the focus.
"I totally understand the process and that is why it is a lot of noise, not a little noise. But still, we are not here to read the headlines.
"We can take the time to try and understand what is going on because it does not reflect the daily work, attitude and behaviour which Romelu shows here at Cobham."
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