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The agent of Romelu Lukaku says he is “embarrassed” by Corriere dello Sporting activity‘s ‘Black Friday’ heading ran in Thursday’s edition of the paper.

The Italian outlet has been charged of fuelling racism after it released a front page which checked out ‘Black Friday’ alongside photos of Romelu Lukaku as well as Manchester United loanee Chris Smalling.

Lukaku and Smalling are established to satisfy in Serie A later this week when Inter Milan host Roma in the top-flight on Friday night.

Federico Pastorello, that represents Lukaku, has actually struck out at authorities concerning the occurrence as well as cited larger ‘social’ problems as a contributing element in the detraction.

“Being Italian I’m truly ashamed to review a title like that however I actually don’t wish to speak about a single episode,” Pastorello told Sky Sports Information.

“At the end of the day the racist trouble is a big trouble. Regrettably we are residing in 1920. It’s truly a culture issue.

“Being a representative we are trying to secure our customers from this substantial trouble due to the fact that it’s not just a paper yet it’s a problem you can take in the stadium, in social media sites, on the road.

“I assume it’s a problem that is a culture trouble. What I would like and also yearn for the future is establishments can take it a lot more severe. There were some episodes in Champions Organization just recently, also in Serie A games as well as the institution did not take so seriously the trouble.”

In the results of the reaction Corriere dello Sport editor Ivan Zazzaroni uploaded a declaration on-line declaring the short article was meant to prmote the ‘stunning wide range of diversity’ in football.

Last week, all 20 clubs in Serie An authorized an open letter which called on ‘all those who like Italian football’ to unite in an initiative to try and eliminate a ‘severe trouble with bigotry’.