A judge says he needs more evidence before deciding if Cagliari should be punished for racist chants aimed on Sunday at the Romelu Lukaku of Inter Milan.
The Manchester United striker was subjected to monkey chants from the audience during Inter’s 2-1 Serie A victory.
In his weekly report, Serie A’s disciplinary judge Gerardo Mastrandrea did not use the word”racist” and known simply to”chants that were the subject of news articles and TV reports”.
Cagliari have vowed to recognize and ban the”dumb” people accountable for”shameful actions”.
“Full solidarity to Romelu Lukaku as well as more profound commitment toward annihilating among the worst beats which affects football and our planet generally,” Cagliari said.
“Cagliari Football is asking every person to help you win a conflict that involves everybody. No one excluded.”
After the match on Sunday, Lukaku shared his perspectives on social media, stating football was”going backwards” to the issue of racism.
Since was Blaise Matuidi the year earlier when he played for Juventus against Cagliari last season everton forward Moise Kean was subject to abuse.
The Italian team failed to sanction Cagliari for incident, nor did they do if Sulley Muntari was mistreated by the exact identical team’s fans in 2017.