Football governing body UEFA has launched investigations into alleged racial abuse of AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The former Manchester United striker is alleged to have been abused during their Europa League fixture against Red Star Belgrade.
According to a shared footage, Zlatan who was sited by stands appeared to have been shouted at something that is under investigation by a disciplinary investogator.
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Even though no tickets were sold and fans were not at the stadium, officials other guests were at present who are now under scrutiny as UEFA seeks to solve the matter.
UEFA has made it clear before that home clubs will be held liable in such circumstances as they hold a duty to withhold to ensure such circumstance do not incur in the first place.
AC Milan and Red Star ended the match in a 2-2 draw with both sides set to meet this Thursday for the second leg of the league.