After Real Madrid initially dished out extensive disciplinary measures against 350 of the club's season ticket holders earlier this week for selling their tickets for extortionate fees, it has emerged that the Galacticos will punish a further 635 supporters for doing the same after El Clasico.
During the testing 3-2 loss for Zinedine Zidane's men against Barcelona at the Bernabeu last Sunday evening, a number of Barca supporters were spotted amongst the Madrid followers. Los Blancos' club officials view this as a serious matter, and could be influenced into banning the appropriate culprits.
According to a statement which the club released, via The Sun, the world's most watched club outfit have been liaising with Madrid's Municipal Police, and have threatened to banish the supporters in question from supposedly visiting the Spanish giants in the future.
With tickets being at a scarce premium to the average supporter, a vast denomination of Madrid fans cashed-in, and may now face some serious consequences.
The statement claimed: "
"Real Madrid C. F. has referred these cases to the club’s Social Disciplinary Committee in order for the appropriate disciplinary proceedings to be taken immediately, with the possibility that these could lead to the banning of these members."