The Italian Football Federation will not punish Cagliari after their supporters were heard racially abusing Inter Milan forward Romelu Lukaku earlier this month.
The former Manchester United striker was subjected to monkey chants from the crowd during Inter’s 2-1 win over Cagliari on September 1.
The FIGC investigated the incident, which occurred before and after Lukaku scored a penalty to win the game in the 72nd minute.
However, Italian football’s governing body has now revealed that no action will be taken against the club.
Meanwhile, Former Juventus striker Moise Kean, as well as midfielder Blaise Matuidi, were subjected to racist chanting from Cagliari supporters during a Serie A clash last April.
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