ARSENAL fans blew up the club for their TWO WORD statement on Aaron Ramsey leaving at the end of the season.
On Monday it was announced that the 28-year-old completed his summer change to the Italian giant Juventus after eleven years in North London.
He has signed a four-year contract with Juve and receives a staggering £ 400,000 a week.
The Welshman made an emotional statement when the news was announced that he left the club "with a heavy heart" and described his time there as "unbelievable".
During his time with the Gunners, Ramsey has won three FA Cups and two Community Shields.
These included the winners of the 2014 FA Cup final against Hull and 2017 against Chelsea.
But Arsenal kept things simple with her social media post – just write "thank you" and mark her soon to be ex-player.
And the fans of Gunners are angry.
One fan wrote, "He deserves a hell of a lot more than that awful statement."
Stephen Afolabi wrote "Shame on you, Arsenal," while Dom Bennett wrote that it was "shameful treatment of an Arsenal legend."
"Walter" posted: "That's it? Thanks?"
And "Liv" wrote: "Thanks, lol, that's it … our trophy drought would not have ended without him."
Twitter user "Callux" has posted, "Why the statement is so shitty, please try again," and an Arsenal fan living in Spain added, "What's that statement?"
However, the club has posted a few more words on its official website.
It said, "Aaron has made a fantastic contribution to our club since joining Cardiff City in 2008.
"He's always been an outstanding pro and will always have a special place in the hearts and memories of Arsenal fans around the world.
"We look forward to Aaron giving the team a strong end to the season before joining Juventus this summer."
Ramsey seemed more fortunate to mention his time at Arsenal when he issued a statement yesterday.
It read, "As you may have heard, I have a pre-employment agreement with Juventus.
"I wanted to leave a personal statement for all Arsenal fans who were extremely loyal and supportive.
"They welcomed me as a teenager and, despite all the ups and downs I experienced during my time at the club, I was there for me.
"After eleven incredible years in the north of London, I leave with a heavy heart. Thank you."
With Arsenal in fifth, Chelsea and a point behind Manchester United, Ramsey still strives to qualify for the Champions League.
He added, "I will continue to give the team 100 percent and I hope to finish the season well before heading to my next chapter in Turin."