The Frenchman, who alleged that the Reds forward racially abused him during last Saturday's 1-1 Premier League draw at Anfield, will explain his claims to the governing body
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Manchester United defender Patrice Evra is to talk to the FA about his allegations of racism against Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, according to the Daily Mirror.
It is reported that the Red Devils have given permission for the Frenchman to discuss his claims with the governing body, having alleged that Suarez racially abused him during Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Anfield.
The FA is understood to want to speak to Suarez as well, but no meeting has yet been arranged.
The game’s chiefs will scrutinise the players’ testimonies and other factors such as video evidence in order to determine whether or not the Uruguayan has a case to answer.
Suarez vehemently denies the claims but Evra has confirmed to Sir Alex Ferguson and the FA that he intends to pursue the matter.
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