The spat between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romelu Lukaku was observed by FIGC President Gabriele Gravina, who says that it was ‘not pleasant’.
But the president maintains that strikers do not deserve exemplary punishments.
On January 26, during a Coppa Italia quarter-final clash on January 26, the Inter and Milan forwards became embroiled in a spat.
The Swede triggered the rage of Lukaku by telling him: “Do your voodoo s***” and faces a lengthy suspension if, as the Federal Prosecutor has launched an investigation, he is found guilty of racial violence against Lukaku.
“It was something not nice to see, but I wouldn’t talk about exemplary punishments,” Gravina told Il Corriere della Sera.
“However, a decision must be taken by the Federal Prosecutor,” the FIGC President added.