Sampdoria and England Under-21s midfielder Ronaldo Vieira has been the objective of monkey drones from Roma fans.
The occurrence happened during the 0-0 attract Serie An at Sampdoria’s Luigi Ferraris Stadium.
Monkey serenades were perceptible from the meeting supporters, for which Roma later tweeted an expression of remorse.
“I heard it yet I would prefer not to discuss it,” Vieira, 21, disclosed to Italian TV. “This happens time after time, it shouldn’t be like this.”
Vieira was conceived in Guinea-Bissau and moved to England at a youthful age, joining Sampdoria from Leeds in 2018.
This is the most recent supremacist occurrence to burden Italian football this season.
A game was quickly suspended when Fiorentina’s Brazilian protector Dalbert said he had been racially manhandled by Atalanta fans, while Roma restricted a fan for life for sending supremacist put-down to their very own safeguard Juan Jesus via web-based networking media.
Cagliari were cleared of bigot reciting towards Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku in a Serie A match, the third time the club have been examined for supposed supremacist maltreatment in the previous two years.