Inter Milan and Denzel Dumfries have secured a plea bargain in the case related to the offensive banner towards Theo Hernandez during the Scudetto parade.

The two fullbacks share one of the most famous modern-day rivalries in Serie A.

They often engage in heated altercations during the Derby della Madonnina, and the last edition was no exception.

Shortly after entering the pitch, Dumfries picked a fight with the AC Milan left-back that saw both men sent off.

The match ended 2-1 in favor of Simone Inzaghi’s men which mathematically secured the Serie A title.

A few days later, Inter organized a bus parade across the city to celebrate their Scudetto triumph.

While it was a glorious day for the club and their supporters, Dumfries found himself in hot water for a controversial incident.

The Dutchman picked up a banner from the crowds showing him holding a dog with a leash. The animal had the features of his great nemesis.

Afterwards, the FIGC prosecutor launched an investigation into the matter. But luckily for Inter and the player, they escaped with a marginal punishment.

According to FcInterNews, the FIGC prosecutor has accepted the Nerazzurri’s plea bargain.

Inter Milan & Denzel Dumfries To Pay Small Fine For Theo Hernandez Banner

The club will pay a fine of 4 million euros, and the same goes for the Netherlands international.

The federation released a statement, noting that the banner contained “unequivocally suggestive content and therefore disrespectful and offensive” towards Hernandez, and by extension towards the club he represents.

Thanks to the plea bargain, Inter and Dumfries can put this matter behind them.

It remains to be seen if the 27-year-old will stay at the club or depart in the summer.

The wingback’s contract expires in 2025, and the two parties haven’t been to find an agreement over an extension.