Roma today promised to ban any supporters identifiable as responsible for the racial abuse of AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli
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Manchester City could be reunited with former striker Mario Balotelli during their summer pre-season programme.
City have announced they will feature alongside Balotelli's current club AC Milan in the four-team Audi Cup in Munich in July and August.
Juventus have been fined €30,000 (£25,685) after a section of fans directed racist abuse at AC Milan players during Sunday's Serie A game.
The Lega Serie A's disciplinary committee has taken exception to chants directed at black members of the Milan team, including striker Mario Balotelli.
A statement published on juventus.com tonight read: "Juventus Football Club reminds its fans and the media that it is heavily involved in projects dedicated to integration and is against any form of racism or discrimination."
"...Such behaviour does not represent the position of the club, its millions of fans or even the vast majority of spectators at Juventus Stadium, which is something unique in Italian football."
It seems that AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli has become an honorary member of the Italian fencing team...
AC Milan have appealed Mario Balotelli's three-game ban after the striker directed a volley of abuse at a match official on Sunday.