Italian football club Lazio urged its fans to pay €50,000 or $55,510 fine over their racist acts in a match in October.

An Italian sports daily, Corriere dello Sport said on Tuesday that Lazio chairman Claudio Lotito sent letters to 16 fans, in which he requested approximately €3,000 payment per person over a UEFA — European football’s governing body — sanction.

The UEFA had fined Lazio as some of its fans performed Roman salute during a Europa League match against France’s Rennes on Oct. 3.

Lazio beat Rennes 2-1 in the Group E match in Rome’s Stadio Olimpico (Olympic

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