Kalidou Koulibaly has called for permanent bans for the fans who targeted himself, Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa and Victor Osimhen with racist abuse in Sunday's match between Napoli and Fiorentina.
The three Napoli players were the subject of racist chants from some sections of the Fiorentina support during the game.
Koulibaly, who helped Napoli to a 2-1 win, was also targeted by spectators as he was interviewed on the pitch by DAZN after the game.
According to reports by II Napolista, Fiorentina's director general Joe Barone went to Napoli's changing room to apologise personally.
Osimhen hit out at the perpetrators in a tweet, stating: "Speak to your kids, your parents, make them understand how disgusting it is to hate an individual because of the colour of their skin. NO TO RACISM."
Koulibaly followed suit, revealing the fans called him a "f****** monkey".
"'Monkey of s***. F****** monkey'", Koulibaly's tweet began.
"They called me that. These people have nothing to do with sport. They must be identified and kept out of the stadiums. Forever."
Serie A has had issues with racist behaviour from some supporters already this season.
In September, Milan filed an official complaint to the Federal Prosecutor's Office following Tiemoue Bakayoko's claims that he and Franck Kessie were abused by a section of Lazio fans.