The Football Association is to interview Duncan Ferguson following allegations that he racially abused Fulham striker Luis Boa Morte.

Everton chief executive Mike Dunford complained that the club has still not been informed what Ferguson is alleged to have said to Boa Morte.

“It is three weeks now since the game and we still have not had anything in writing from the FA,” said Dunford.

“I have received a phone call from the FA, and they have said they would like to talk to Duncan.

“We are now waiting for a date for that meeting, which will probably be in the next 14 days and we expect it to take place in Liverpool.”

“We have had talks with Duncan’s agent and have been told the player totally denies the allegations made about him,” added Dunford.

“Until we hear further, that is how the situation stands.”