A person has been arrested after Rio Ferdinand says he obtained racist abuse whereas masking Wolves vs Manchester United on Sunday.
The previous Manchester United and England defender alleged in a tweet that he was racially abused at Molineux whereas working as a part of the BT Sport broadcast group for the match on the ultimate day of the Premier League season.
Following Ferdinand’s tweet, Wolves launched the next assertion: “We’re deeply sorry Rio. This particular person doesn’t characterize our membership, our supporters or our values.
“We are able to affirm that this particular person has been arrested by West Midlands Police.”
In a press release issued to Sky Sports activities Information, West Midlands Police confirmed an arrest had been made and a male suspect was in custody.
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