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seek Twitter talks following disgusting racial abuse aimed at Paul Pogba after Wolves draw are keen for face-to-face talks with Twitter executives Paul Pogba was racially abused on social media following his penalty miss Old Trafford officials were sickened by comments directed at the midfielder The Premier League giants released a statement condemning those involved  

By Mike Keegan For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:30 BST, 20 August 2019 | Updated: 22:30 BST, 20 August 2019

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want face-to-face talks with Twitter executives after Paul Pogba was racially abused on social media.

Old Trafford officials were sickened by comments directed at the midfielder after he missed a penalty in Monday night's 1-1 draw at Wolves. They released a statement on Tuesday condemning those involved and promising the 'strongest course of action' should they be able to identify them.  

Sportsmail understands United executives are keen to go a step further and meet their counterparts at Twitter to discuss their concerns.

Paul Pogba was racially abused on social media after he missed a penalty in the draw at Wolves

Paul Pogba was racially abused on social media after he missed a penalty in the draw at Wolves

Twitter are already taking an active role in combating racial abuse suffered by footballers and Sportsmail can reveal they will present their blueprint to Kick It Out next week.

Plans to meet representatives from the anti-racism group have been fast-tracked due to the amount of abuse aimed at players this season. Pogba, Chelsea's Tammy Abraham and Reading's Yakou Meite have been targeted over the past week.

United said in a statement: 'The individuals who

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