Patrice Evra has told Sir Alex Ferguson he wants to pursue his allegation of racism against Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.
Evra was fuming after Manchester United's 1-1 draw at Anfield on Saturday, claiming in an interview with Canal Plus that Suarez had racially abused him on a number of occasions during the game.
Although the full-back feels TV replays will prove his claims, Suarez has denied them strongly, and has been backed by Liverpool.
Ferguson has sought Evra out for a chat ahead of United's Champions League encounter with Otelul Galati in Romania on Tuesday.
And the response was unequivocal.
"I spoke to Patrice today. He is adamant he wants to follow it on," said Ferguson.
The controversy came at the end of a game which Ferguson was pleased to report had otherwise passed off without incident.
Prior to Saturday lunchtime's clash, the United boss had urged his club's supporters not to stand during the game, and then pleaded with fans of both sides not to abuse their op...