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12 PSG fans arrested before Champions League match against Real Sociedad

Twelve Paris Saint-Germain fans were arrested on Wednesday before the team’s Champions League match against Real Sociedad.

The arrests were made in the French capital after police received intelligence that a group of far-right supporters were planning to clash with Real Sociedad fans.

The fans were arrested on suspicion of “participating in a group with the intention of committing violence or damage.”

A source close to PSG told Le Parisien that the arrested fans were “undesirable former supporters who did not have tickets for the match.”

The arrests come amid heightened security concerns in France following a series of terrorist attacks in recent years.

Police have been on high alert for potential trouble ahead of the Champions League match, which is one of the biggest sporting events in the world.

The match is being played at the Parc des Princes, which has been the site of several violent clashes between fans in the past.

Police are hoping to prevent any further violence by keeping the rival fans apart.

The arrests are a reminder of the potential for violence at major sporting events.

Police will be hoping that the match between PSG and Real Sociedad passes off peacefully.

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