Inter Milan have already held a meeting with Francesco Acerbi to discuss an alleged racism incident that took place against Napoli.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews. The broadcaster report that the club’s position on the situation is now awaited.

Acerbi is at the centre of an incident of alleged racial abuse towards Napoli defender Juan Jesus during Sundauy evening’s Serie A match.

Currently, there is significant uncertainty around the Italian international’s situation.

Acerbi has denied that he used racist language towards Jesus. Meanwhile, the Brazilian responded by insisting that the Inter defender had indeed used a racial slur.

At the moment, the authorities have yet to determine what happened between the two players.

But today, investigators with the Prosecutors’ Office of the Italian FA began looking into the incident.

Inter Have Already Met With Francesco Acerbi To Discuss Racism Allegations

According to Sky, Inter directors have already met with Acerbi to discuss the allegations.

The 36-year-old former Lazio and Sassuolo gave his version of events to the club directors.

Now, the Nerazzurri will consider what their official position on the incident is.

Sky report that Inter have not yet made an official position public.

But the club directors are reflecting on what to do next. They will soon clarify what their position is based on their meeting with Acerbi.

In the meantime, the Italian FA prosecutors’ office’s investigation is ongoing.

The outcome of the investigation will have major ramifications for Acerbi.

The Italian international could face a lengthy ban of ten or more matches if investigators determine that he did use racially discriminatory language towards Jesus.

So naturally, the matter is of urgent importance for Inter.

And the Nerazzurri have now spoken with the player concerned. Now it will remain to be seen what position the club takes.