ARTHUR MASUAKU has accused West Ham fans of racially abusing him in a shocking Instagram exchange.
In what appears to be private messages sent to the Congo international, 25, the backward views of one user is laid bare.
Masuaku shared an image of the ‘fan’ telling him to: “Leave the f***ing club.”
Another disgusting message from the same user said: “This team is only for white people your s*** get out.”
The former Olympiakos defender posted an image of the abuse and said: “Some people I swear.”
It is unclear who sent the Instagram message, but the disgraceful remarks highlight some how bad the racism some footballers have to put up with is.
Hundreds of footballers took part in a 24-hour social media silence just last week after horrific abuse.
The PFA’s ‘Enough’ campaign has aimed to raise awareness of the severity of racism in football.
Tottenham’s Danny Rose even claimed he is ready to hang up his boots because he is so fed up with bigotry in the game.
Rose said: “I don’t want any future players to go through what I’ve been through in my career.
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“Collectively, we are simply not willing to stand-by while too little is done by football authorities and social media companies to protect players from this disgusting abuse.”
PFA chiefs have urged players to send them examples of racist abuse, as they step up the #Enough campaign.
Masuaku was on the winning side as West Ham became the first away side to clinch victory at the new Spurs stadium, thanks to Michail Antonio’s strike.
Antonio later revealed his hilarious celebration was inspired by an American comedian on Instagram.