Arsenal have signed South Korean Park Chu-Young from French side Monaco, and it is fair to say local dog owners are not happy.
Although Arsene Wenger has brought in the 26-year-old striker to boost his side attacking force, It has caused shock-waves through the local community.
Amy Duncan, ambassador for dogs charity Trust Dogs, is certainly one person not happy with Korean coming to Arsenal.
"I think that many dog owners have the right to be nervous with this latest player to arrive here. They have every right to be concerned", said Duncan.
"Dog owners in the area didn't even get the chance to express there opinions towards this signing. Not even a questionnaire was offered, and I believe Arsenal FC have a lot to answer for."
However, despite Koreans seeing dog as a delicious appetiser and main course, Chu-Youngs agent Dong-Yo Woof has assured North London dog owners have nothing to fear.
He said: "Chu-Young doesn't eat dog any more, he gave it up for his family after their pet dog fell victim as a midnight snack."
Should owners be worried? Only time will tell.