Paris - Serge Aurier will meet with Paris Saint-Germain officials on Monday to discuss his controversial social media outburst, French daily Le Parisien reported on Thursday.
The 23-year-old Ivorian used the online app Periscope to record a video in which he aimed homophobic insults at PSG manager Laurent Blanc, and there is the possibility he will be hit with either a "big fine, a suspension until the end of the season, or even a dismissal", according to Le Parisien.
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When contacted by AFP, the club said that they did not want to comment on the matter "for now".
After the Champions League last-16, first leg win over Chelsea on Tuesday, PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi said that the club had "made their decision" about Aurier, without giving any details.
Aurier is currently in Geneva to see his agent Stephane Courbis and will stay in Switzerland before returning to Paris.