ISIS terrorists are preparing for attacks at the World Cup in Russia using drones, it has been claimed.
Sick propaganda has been shared a number of times implying the terror group will target the tournament due to take place in June.
Now chilling images have been shared on the messaging app Telegram which reportedly show preparations for attacks.
They show drones being armed with grenades, missiles and mortars that can be dropped on targets.
Weaponised drones are already being used by ISIS fighters in Syria and Iraq.
They are the cheap kind normally used by filmmakers and hobbyists, but with deadly bombs attached.
There are also bizarre claims ISIS could give suicide bombers a turbo-jet pack to allow them to evade security.
The Star on Sunday reports one post as reading: “Have you ever thought about a flying suicide bomber who can fly over walls?
“We ask god for the success of the military manufacturers.”
It comes after ISIS supporters previously spread images of a terrorist brandishing a sub machine gun and a bomb, with the Volgograd Arena in Southern Russia in the background.
England are set to play one of their World Cup matches at the stadium.
The words ‘Wait for Us’ are underneath the sinister figure.
The stadium will host Gareth Southgate’s side when they face Tunisia on June 18.
Although Volgograd is not an area which the Home Office advises football fans not to visit, it has urged supporters travelling to watch the tournament to see travel advice before travelling.
The image, shared throughout pro-ISIS channels on the encrypted messaging application Telegram, featured an excerpt of a Quranic verse manipulated by the ISIS followers to urge fellow jihadis to take every opportunity to conduct deadly attacks in the U.S. and Russia.
Groups linked with ISIS have swamped social media with the image, as well as horrifying manipulated pictures featuring Argentina star Lionel Messi and Brazilian ace Neymar.
Barcelona star Messi appears to have been beheaded and Neymar is pictured on his knees crying while a terrorist stands next to them both with a knife in his hands.
The image was made and distributed by the pro-IS Wafa Media Foundation.
Argentinian football chiefs held a meeting with the Russian ambassador over safety fears sparked by an ISIS mock up of Messi crying blood.
Thousands of Russians from mainly central Asia have travelled to the Middle East to fight for ISIS.
Experts in Moscow believe around 2,400 joined the regime in 2015 alone.
Islamic extremism is a concern for Russian President Vladimir Putin , said Ian Brzezinski, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council.