Manchester United’s Edinson Cavani has been charged by the Football Association for an online media post containing a Spanish expression that is hostile in certain unique circumstances.
The Uruguayan sent the message in scoring Southampton on 29 November.
Cavani, 33, in this way erased the post and apologized when the implying that could be appended was called attention to.
The striker could three matches .
A FA said the post be “or potentially ill-advised the game into offensiveness”.
It ” which “included or suggested, or potentially ethnic inception”.
Cavani has until Monday, 4 January to give allegation which message that there was no the forward’s post.
“Manchester United and the entirety of our players are completely dedicated to we will keep on working with the FA – alongside other administering bodies through our own missions – in such manner,” said United because of the charge.
“We note the FA choice today to charge Edinson Cavani for his online media answer to message of congrats following the Southampton game.
“Edinson and the club were certain that there was positively no noxious plan behind the message, which he erased and apologized for when he was educated that it might have been misjudged.
“The player and the club will presently think about the charge and react to the FA in like manner.”
Cavani gave an expression of remorse not long after posting the message on Instagram following United’s success on 29 November.
“It was proposed as a loving welcome to a companion, expressing gratitude toward him for his congrats after the game,” said the previous Napoli and Paris St-Germain striker.
“The exact opposite thing I needed to do was cause offense to anybody.
“I am totally restricted to prejudice and erased the message when it was clarified that it very well may be deciphered in an unexpected way.”