Gareth Bale has opened up he’s ready to disable his social media accounts if the online abuse didn’t stop.
People have now turn to social media to racially abuse people without being traced.
Theiry Henry is one of the victim, he has deleted his Twitter account, after series of attack on the platform.
He however vow not to return until the top official stop the abuse on their platforms.
Welsh and Real Madrid loanee Bale could also follow the part if measures weren’t put in place.
Bale was speaking ahead of Wales’ World Cup Qualifier against the Czech Republic on Tuesday when he addressed the messages sent to his team-mates and argued social media needs accountability.
He said: “It wasn’t nice to wake up on Sunday to hear these things.
“Ben, Rabbi and anyone else knows we are here to support them, we are behind them and if they need to talk to us at all we are here.
“It’s very disappointing and something needs to happen in terms of the social media companies. To get an account, you need to put your passport in.
“I think that will stop people saying things because then you will be able to trace them down and hold them accountable.”