MADRID, 23 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The president of Real Madrid, Florentino Pérez, affirmed this Tuesday that the white club "will not tolerate any more racist insults" against its players, and described as "very serious" what happened this Sunday at Mestalla, where a sector of the fans uttered racist chants against the Brazilian Vinícius Júnior.
"What happened is very serious. The society in which we live does not deserve what is happening. Therefore, I announce that Real Madrid will not tolerate any more racist insults against our players," he said at the reception in the Community of Madrid for the eleventh basketball Euroleague won this Sunday by Real Madrid in Kaunas.
To achieve this objective, it is "essential", according to Pérez, "to radically change" the arbitration structure of football in Spain "to never hold the victim who suffers it responsible for the crime, as is happening now", he said in reference to Vinícius, sent off in the match against Valencia.