Sections of Real Madrid's fanbase have taken to the city's streets on Saturday, to send a crystal clear message to Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe.
The name of French sensation Mbappe has of course taken its place front and centre in the headlines across Europe over the course of the last week.
This comes after the 23-year-old shocked the masses in snubbing what was long understood to be his 'dream' move to Real Madrid, in favour of remaining in Paris.
Mbappe put pen to paper on a deal through the summer of 2025, featuring an astronomical wage package.
Mbappe's announcement, however, whilst sparking unbridled joy amongst supporters of the aforementioned PSG, altogether understandably, did not go down quite so well with those of a Real Madrid persuasion.
Recent days have seen the Frenchman labelled everything from a 'traitor' to a 'snake', amid the suggestion that Mbappe led Los Blancos on something of a wild goose chase over the course of several transfer windows running.
And, as alluded to above, on Saturday, a sizable section of Real's supporter-base have made use of the opportunity to send a collective message to the club's long-time transfer target.
Taking to the streets of Spain's capital ahead of tonight's Champions League finale showdown with Liverpool in Paris, fans of the capital giants could be heard belting out a collective chant of:
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