Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romelu Lukaku were sanctioned by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) for their involvement in a clash during the clash between Milan and Inter for the Italian Cup in January.
The Rossoneri striker Ibrahimovic provoked his former Manchester United teammate Lukaku during the city derby of the quarterfinals, as the Belgian striker of Inter had to be kept by his teammates after seeking a showdown with the Swede.
"A fine of 4,000 euros for Ibrahimovic, 3,000 euros for Lukaku, 2,000 euros for Milan and 1,250 euros for Inter," the federation said in a statement.
Zlatan denied the racist motive behind his comment. Both players received official warnings about the incident, and Ibra was subsequently sent off in the second half of the match, won by Inter with 2: 1, after receiving a second yellow card.