The Milan and four of its players were fined this Friday by the Italian Football Federation for his offensive chants against Inter during the Serie A celebration parade on May 23.

Milan will have to pay 12,000 euros, while goalkeeper Mike Maignan, full-back Theo Hernández and midfielder Sandro Tonali They will have to pay a fine of 4,000 euros each. He also half Rade Krunic5,000 euros, because he also carried a banner.

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Theo Hernández and Krunic were sanctioned for chants “offensive and vulgar” about Inter, Milan’s citizen rival, and for displaying an offensive banner against the Negriazules. Maignan, for the banner only.

As to Tonali, his fine is due that he carried during the celebrations a shirt “with an offensive and vulgar” insult to Inter. Milan achieved their first ‘scudetto’ since 2010-11 by beating Inter (former champion) by 2 points at the end of Serie A 2021-22.

On the other hand, it became official this Friday the renewal of Paolo Maldini, technical director of Milanand Frederic Massara, sports director, for two more seasons.