The FIGC’s Federal Prosecutor’s Office could open an investigation into the behaviour of Torino president Urbano Cairo in Wednesday’s goalless draw against Lazio.

As reported by Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the Granata president was first seen being held back by members of his staff in the stands after an argument with Biancocelesti president Claudio Lotito, before he waited for Ciro Immobile outside the dressing room.


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There he insulted the 31-year-old Italian striker, which led to a response by the Biancocelesti star on social media, to which Cairo then himself replied.

Immobile himself reported the incident, but the federal inspectors who were present also saw everything and took note.


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A report on the incident will be filed soon and it’s not impossible to imagine Cairo being sanctioned for his behaviour.

Lazio have already released a statement confirming that they will take any necessary steps to protect the club.