Jansson left Leeds United for Brentford earlier this week.
Pontus Jansson has angered some Leeds United fans after posing alongside two of his new Brentford teammates on Instagram.
Jansson completed a shock £5.5 million move from Leeds to Brentford earlier this week.
His departure appears to have caused sadness among a number of Whites players with whom the Sweden international was believed to be close.
And there is no love lost between one of those, Ezgjan Alioski, and the player stood to the left of Jansson on the following photo, Sergi Canos.
It was Canos who appeared to headbutt Alioski during last October’s ill-tempered encounter between Leeds and Brentford at Elland Road, although the Spaniard’s actions went unpunished.
The match, which ended in a 1-1 draw thanks to Jansson’s late header, also saw Luke Ayling dismissed for Leeds and the player to the right of Jansson, Ollie Watkins, seemingly dive to win a penalty for his side.
This is what those of a Leeds persuasion have had to say in response to their former player’s update…
Jansson on the wind up already https://t.co/WzIxuYCMG2— Josh Mahoney (@JoshMaahoney) July 11, 2019
Seeing Pontus Jansson pose for a picture with Watkins and Canos makes me wonna be sick— Chris Johnson (@chrissyLUFC) July 11, 2019
I’m sorry but he’s clearly no longer Leeds, definitely knows both of those players have bothered our fan base and this just shows how immature he really is. pic.twitter.com/mQrjGg6q3n— louis☠️ (@lufcIouis) July 11, 2019
No need for this shit, he’s happily burning his bridges. You never really know the character of someone until they’re tested. He’s failed I think.— Nicky (@reckoner29) July 11, 2019
I wanted him to get a great reception from us but not anymore #gameon— Gr3bss5 (@gr3bss5) July 11, 2019
Hope cooper woodens him— Bailey (@bail0019) July 11, 2019
@TheSquareBall looks like someone has moved on♂️— louis☠️ (@lufcIouis) July 11, 2019
Have Leeds made the right call selling Jansson to Brentford?
In other news, Kris Commons backs Martin Boyle for Rangers or Celtic