The Bianconeri collected another record, six titles in a row and three consecutive Coppa Italia. Roma is once more behind but the Giallorossi made progress.
Not many people understand that revenue is key in today’s football. However, right after Juventus’ celebrations for their sixth Scudetto in a row and just a few days after their third consecutive Coppa Italia, those skeptical must clear up their doubts.
As reported by Calcio e Finanza, in the past five years, Juventus’ revenues increased from less than 200 million to around 341 mln. Thanks to the proficient path in the Champions League, the revenues of the Bianconeri should reach 500 mln with player trading revenue included.
Roma, AC Milan, Inter, and Napoli are very far away from the Bianconeri at this time.
Over the years, Marotta implemented Bayern Munich’s strategy to purchase the best players from its competitors. Higuain and Pjanic are two perfect examples.
Juventus’ ability to make money and win on and off the pitch is confirmed by analyzing the first 10 positions of the highest Serie A salaries ranking. Eight out of ten Juventus’ footballers are included in this special rank and Higuain is leading the group.
To enlarge the difference between the Bianconeri and its competitors there are the disappointing economic performances of Milan, Roma, and Napoli that had totaled cumulative negative revenue for 280 million.