The Real Madrid player, 22, tweeted: “Every round away from home is an unpleasant surprise. And there were many this season. Death wishes, hanged doll, many criminal screams… All registered.”
Real Madrid star Vinicius Jr has renewed his attack on La Liga and the Spanish authorities, revealing he received death threats this season.
It comes as Real Madrid lodged a hate crime complaint with Spanish prosecutors after the Brazilian player was targeted with racist abuse during their 1-0 defeat away at Valencia on Sunday.
Valencia say police have identified a fan who made racist gestures at Vinicius and that person faces a lifetime stadium ban from the Mestalla ground.
In his latest tweet, the 22-year-old winger highlighted what he described as “continuous episodes spread across several cities in Spain”.
He wrote: “Every round away from home is an unpleasant surprise. And there were many this season. Death wishes, hanged doll, many criminal screams… All registered.
“But the speech always falls on ‘isolated cases’, ‘a fan’. No, these are not isolated cases. They are continuous episodes spread across several cities in Spain (and even in a television programme).
“The evidence is there in the video. Now I ask: how many of these racists had names and photos exposed on websites? I answer to make it easier: zero.”
He asked what was missing to “criminalise these people” and “punish clubs”, adding: “Why don’t sponsors charge La Liga?
“The problem is very serious and communications no longer work. Not blaming me to justify criminal acts either. You are not football, you are inhuman.”