Roma’s general director spoke at today’s shareholders’ meeting unveiling huge revenues for the club of Trigoria.
Today was an important day for the Giallorossi. Mauro Baldissoni, the general director of the club, led the shareholders’ meeting highlighting a significant economic growth of the club.
“This year we will have revenues of €240 million, it will be a new record for Roma” stated the Italian lawyer. A good news for the Giallorossi that in the past few years have been forced to trade out a few key players to generate capital gains and cope with the UEFA Financial Fair Play rules.
“We have chosen to keep high costs to access high revenues, so we have grown the brand and the commercial value. The deficit was covered with capital gains,” stated Baldissoni. “Player trading is a physiological activity in football. This strategy has been a great so far. Monchi always says that the problem is not selling but buying well,” concluded Roma’s general manager.