The video, which circulated before the London club's quarter-final first leg with Slavia Prague on Thursday, seems to show Chelsea fans in a bar singing "Salah is a bomber."
"The language used in Tweets is abominable and we are taking the reports very seriously." Merseyside Police detectives are linking up with the Metropolitan Police Service in relation to the last Tweet and we understand that several people who are currently in Prague for the "The Champions League match of Slavia Prague v Chelsea has been identified and their match tickets have been rescinded for the match tonight".
Liverpool host Chelsea in a Premier League match on Sunday, with the Jurgen Klopp team needing to win in their bid to win the title, while the defeat for the London team would end their hopes of qualifying for the league. of Champions
He continued: "Already this season, we have seen disgusting discriminatory abuses in the stadiums of England, Europe and around the world, the abuse was captured on devices and placed in the public domain." We have also witnessed numerous hate attacks in the social networks.
"This behavior must be called for what it is: unadulterated fanaticism."
& # 39; The strongest possible action & # 39;
"Such individuals are an embarrbadment to the vast majority of Chelsea supporters who will not tolerate them in their club," the statement added.
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The issue of racist and anti-Semitic song has ruined a series of high-profile matches in Europe in recent weeks.
Chelsea's rival in London, Arsenal, confirmed to CNN on Friday that he would start an investigation after a Snapchat video surfaced about a supporter who abuses Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly during Thursday's draw in the Europa League. The Emirates Stadium.
The video, filmed during the game from inside the stadium seems to show a supporter who uses the "n-word & # 39; to refer to Koulibaly with the word also written on the screen.
"We completely condemn the use of this type of racist language and have initiated an investigation to identify the culprit." A statement from the arsenal read.
Earlier this month, Juventus striker Moise Kean was subjected to monkey chants when his team played in Cagliari.
In discussing Salah's latest singing incident, the anti-racism organization Kick it Out said: "It's not on the terraces, but it's still a disgrace – we do not want the fans to be so close to our game."
Kick it Out also applauded Chelsea and Liverpool later for their quick reaction to the incidents.