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It seems that Napoli fans aren't taking Gonzalo Higuain's departure as well as could be expected, following his move to Serie A rivals Juventus.
The Argentina striker became a fans' favourite whilst playing for Napoli, scoring a record 36 goals in 35 league appearances Fußballtrikots Kinder Hamburger last season as Napoli launched their first serious title bid since the days of Diego Maradona.
But the lack of silverware obviously got to Higuain, and just last week he decided to move to Juventus, with the Turin side forking out a massive £76 million to secure his signature - making Higuain the third-most expensive footballer of all-time.
The striker has insisted he left because of a fall-out with Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis, but regardless of his reasons, supporters in Naples feel betrayed - particularly Fußballtrikots Kinder Manchester United the owner of a certain Pizzeria:
Seems a bit petty, eh? What if he breaks his leg?! Surely no one wants to see that.
We wonder if the pizza is served with a pint of bitter - get it??? Sorry, I'll get my coat.
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