FIFA said it is “monitoring the situation” and awaiting the outcome of the Italian football federation’s investigation.
“FIFA’s position on the issue of racism is unequivocally clear: There is no place in football for racism or for any form of discrimination,” FIFA said in a statement.
Shortly after the incident, Constant tweeted a mock-up movie poster of teammates Boateng, Mario Balotelli and M’Baye Niang and the title “Stop Racism.”
Sassuolo is about to start its first season in Serie A after winning the second division last season.
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