Giorgio Chiellini wants FIFA to reduce Luis Suarez's four-month ban after the Liverpool striker apologised for biting him at the World Cup.
Luis Suarez has apologised to Giorgio Chiellini and has vowed never to bite anyone again.
Suarez was sent home from the World Cup in shame after biting Chiellini during Uruguay's 1-0 win over Italy on June 24.
The Liverpool striker, who had bitten two opponents on the field of play before, was suspended from "all football-related activity" for four months by FIFA as a result.
Uruguayan president Jose Mujica has called FIFA "a bunch of old sons of b*****s" in another attack on football's world governing body following Luis Suarez's lengthy ban for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini.
The 79-year-old also described the Liverpool striker's four-month suspension from all football, plus nine international matches and a £65,000 fine, as a "fascist ban".
Uruguay captain Diego Lugano has described Luis Suarez's four-month ban as an act of "barbarity" that breaches the player's human rights.
Colombia are through to the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in their history thanks in no small part to James Rodriguez, whose inspired performance was lauded by coach Jose Pekerman and Uruguay counterpart Oscar Tabarez.
Everywhere you turned in the Maracana you could see Luis Suarez's face or hear mention of his name, but the one place where he was needed most was on the pitch.
Uruguay followed their shamed striker Luis Suarez out of the World Cup as the furore over his lengthy ban for biting was eclipsed by a goal of spectacular beauty by Colombia's young star James Rodriguez.