Chelsea have pledged to give Uefa their full support if European football’s governing body looks into claims that Didier Drogba was subjected to racist abuse in Turin.
The Ivory Coast international was allegedly the victim of ‘monkey chants’ from a small section of the crowd as Juventus drew 2-2 with Chelsea on Tuesday night.
“Our record against fighting racism is clear,” a Chelsea spokesman said in The Sun.
“At this stage, we do not have sufficient evidence to back up these claims.
“It would be up to Uefa to investigate them and we would do everything in our power to assist them.”
Uefa is waiting on reports from the referee and their delegate at the game before deciding whether to take any further action.
“If what is alleged is true, there will be an investigation,” said Uefa director of communications William Gaillard.