Ince, 28, scored his first goal for the club, but was later booked for sarcastically applauding the jeering Cremonese supporters. "I didn't come to Italy to be a target for people who call me a negro in public," he said. "This sort of behaviour doesn't take place in England. I will have to give a lot of thought to whether I stay here or not."
The Inter president, Massimo Moratti, who is to meet Ince later this week to discuss his future, said: "Paul's goal is a minor consolation for all the abuse. He has my sympathy."
Paul Gascoigne will be given permission to miss England's friendly against Hungary on 18 May - their last Wembley warm-up match before the European Championship finals - so that he can play for Rangers against Hearts in the Scottish Cup final on the same day.Reuse content