BALLARAT, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 25: Taylor Walker and his Crows team mates look dejected after losing the round 23 AFL match between the Western Bulldogs and the Adelaide Crows at Mars Stadium on August 25, 2019 in Ballarat, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Adelaide are yet to make a call on Taylor Walker's future at the club, with Crows CEO Tim Silvers revealing there are no guarantees the veteran forward will be at West Lakes next year.

Walker has been suspended for six matches and will donate $20,000 to charity after making a racist remark about North Adelaide's Robbie Young at a SANFL game last month.

Walker has since spoken on the incident, stating his apology to Young and a member of the Crows' staff for his actions.

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Many have called for the Crows to part ways with their former captain, who remains contracted to Adelaide until the end of next season after signing a one-year extension in early July.

Following the suggestions that Walker should be axed, Silvers told SEN that it is "too early to guarantee" the 31-year-old's place at West Lakes.

"We haven't distanced ourselves from Taylor, we've distanced ourselves from the comments. Racism has no part in our club, the AFL industry and the community," Silvers said.

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - JULY 13: Taylor Walker of the Crows runs out for the round 17 AFL match between the Gold Coast Suns and the Adelaide Crows at Metricon Stadium on July 13, 2019 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

"We need to work with him and with our extended playing group and he is contracted for next year, but we need to understand how that looks, how he can reintegrate back into the group for next year.

"It's too early to guarantee that (he plays for the club again) but he is contracted, and we've got to work through (that with) a number of different people.

"Culture of our footy club is first and foremost and we need to get that right and then look at reintegrating Taylor back into the club when the time is right."