Paris SG will host Borussia Dortmund on May 7 in the semi-final second leg of the Champions League after the first leg, scheduled for Wednesday. But with how many German supporters at the Parc des Princes? They are currently angry with the leaders of the capital club, whom they accuse of violating UEFA regulations regarding places granted to visitors.

Bild reveals that BVB fans do not understand why Paris SG does not put on the market the 5% of places usually allocated to traveling clubs, officially for security reasons. A drop in the gauge which will deprive the club from across the Rhine of the support of around 500 spectators.

Supporter groups, who also protest against the price of tickets (which reach 500 euros), have written to Borussia Dortmund and threaten to file a complaint with UEFA. According to the German site, the request from German fans would have little chance of succeeding and the management of Dortmund hopes to be able to obtain an agreement with the French champions by favoring the route of negotiation.

Last December, the Parisian club had to deal with protests from its own supporters during the group stage when they traveled to Dortmund. The Parisian ultras had displayed a banner to protest against the prices of Champions League tickets at the Parc des Princes while tickets for Signal Iduna Park had been sold for less than 20 euros.