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Acerbi: Inter defender to double down on Juan Jesus stance in FIGC investigation – report



Inter defender Francesco Acerbi is about to keep up his stance that he didn’t say something racist to Napoli’s Juan Jesus when he’s heard by FIGC Prosecutors on Friday, in keeping with a number of reviews in Italy.

The Nerazzurri centre-back is about to fulfill with FIGC Prosecutor Giuseppe Chine as a part of an FIGC investigation into alleged racist remarks made in the direction of Juan Jesus throughout an incident in Inter’s 1-1 draw with Napoli in Serie A final weekend.

Acerbi will prepare as regular at Inter’s base in Appiano Gentile on Friday morning, and shall be heard remotely by the FIGC shortly afterwards. He shall be accompanied by membership attorneys.

Juan Jesus was heard by the authorities on Thursday, in keeping with La Gazzetta dello Sport and Corriere dello Sport.

Each retailers declare that Acerbi will inform the prosecutors that he didn’t say something of a racist nature in the direction of Juan Jesus final weekend.

Juan Jesus initially ‘forgave’ Acerbi for his remarks, whereas the Inter defender has maintained that he had no degrading, disparaging or racist intent.

If discovered responsible by the FIGC, Acerbi may face a suspension of as much as 10 matches, in keeping with Friday morning’s reviews.

The Decide’s verdict within the Acerbi-Juan Jesus case is anticipated by subsequent week.