Inter Milan will meet with defender Francesco Acerbi to discuss the incident in which he allegedly racially abused Juan Jesus by tomorrow.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper also reports that Inter will fine Acerbi for remarks that he made yesterday.

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 To Meet With Francesco Acerbi By Tomorrow

Now, Inter will have to hold a meeting with Acerbi to take stock of the situation.

The Nerazzurri are, naturally, well aware of the investigation now underway into the alleged racism incident. And of the potential consequences.

Acerbi could potentially face a lengthy ban if he is found guilty of racially abusing Jesus.

So the player will be present at the Inter headquarters to give his version of events.

Tuttosport report that Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta will be in attendance at the meeting. As well lawyer Angelo Capellini.

There will potentially be discussion of defense strategy in any proceedings against Acerbi.

And Tuttosport report that that meeting will take place very soon, given the urgent nature of the situation. Acerbi will be present at Inter headquarters by tomorrow at the latest.

Meanwhile, Tuttosport report, Inter will also fine Acerbi one way or another.

This would not necessarily be a fine for any of the player’s allegedly racist conduct on the pitch. Rather, it would be in response to Acerbi’s statements yesterday.

The 36-year-old former Lazio and Sassuolo defender spoke with reporters yesterday after leaving the Italian national team training camp.

Acerbi firmly denied allegations of racism.

And since the player had made these remarks without the prior knowledge of the club, and without formulating an official line on the matter, they are considered inappropriate and unprofessional.

Therefore, Acerbi will receive a fine from the Nerazzurri.