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Napoli fans are still pissed, putting Higuain jerseys on trash cans

Juventus' forward Gonzalo Higuain from Argentina holds his jersey at the Juventus' headquarter in Turin on July 27, 2016. Gonzalo Higuain completed a sensational move to Juventus after the Italian champions agreed to pay a 90 million euros ($98.8m) fee, the third highest in history, to wrest the Argentine striker from Napoli on July 26. In what is the biggest ever transfer fee recorded between two Serie A clubs, Higuain's move to Turin on a five-year deal was confirmed by Juventus two hours after being published by Serie A league bosses on their official website. / AFP / MARCO BERTORELLO (Photo credit should read MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP/Getty Images)

Juventus' forward Gonzalo Higuain from Argentina holds his jersey at the Juventus' headquarter in Turin on July 27, 2016. Gonzalo Higuain completed a sensational move to Juventus after the Italian champions agreed to pay a 90 million euros ($98.8m) fee, the third highest in history, to wrest the Argentine striker from Napoli on July 26. In what is the biggest ever transfer fee recorded between two Serie A clubs, Higuain's move to Turin on a five-year deal was confirmed by Juventus two hours after being published by Serie A league bosses on their official website. / AFP / MARCO BERTORELLO (Photo credit should read MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP/Getty Images)

Gonzalo Higuain just completed a Serie A record €90 million transfer from Napoli to bitter rivals Juventus, and understandably, Napoli fans are PISSED. Some took to the streets to set his jersey on fire, but others have gotten a bit more creative with their burns.

The bins in Naples after Gonzalo Higuaín's transfer to Juventus. pic.twitter.com/BZUjpEl4KP

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It's understandable. Higuain stayed at Napoli for three years, promising to emulate Diego Maradona and bring the city their third Scudetto. He scored hatfuls of goals, but in the end, Napoli came up short. Higuain then did what was best for him in a sporting sense and made the traitor's hop up to the north of Italy.

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What's best for Higuain doesn't matter to diehard supporters of the Partenopei though. To them, Gonzalo Higuain is dead. He's ash on the streets of Naples. He's trash. And this probably isn't the last we'll hear from that passionate group of fans. Just don't expect to vacation in Southern Italy anytime soon, Pipita.

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