According to English reports, the United Kingdom police found one of the people who sent racist expressions to Reese James, the Chelsea and England national team player.
The Met Police’s specialized football unit is working to find the person who sent the messages over the past 21 months, and according to the British newspaper, The Sun, they have succeeded in locating the guilty party in the Middle East.
As a result, Met Police is working closely with authorities in the Middle East to find the whereabouts of the culprit, and the report indicated that the arrest would soon take place before the World Cup kicks off in Qatar next month.
And this is not the first of its kind in the previous period, as the lawyers of Marcus Rashford, the Manchester United player, filed a case against an Egyptian student on charges of making racist statements on the England international’s social networking site.
The Egyptian student was completely acquitted of the case.