The Spanish sporting director is the highest paid manager of the giallorossi. His central role in the club justifies his salary.
Recently, Roma released their financial statement highlighting a €25 million deficit. But the economic trend of the Lupi is positive. The overall revenues reported by the club of Trigoria are €320.4 million (€278.4m one year ago), an amount that takes into consideration also the profits banked by selling top-stars. The operative revenue is positive as well, €250.9 (€175m on June 30, 2017).
Roma spend €4.5 million to pay their executive managers. Monchi leads the group. On April 26, 2017, Ramon Rodriguez Verdejo (Monchi) signed a contract with the most prestigious club of the Italian capital.
The Spaniard gets a gross compensation of €1.939.415 for the 2016-2017 season, €1.015.000 for the seasons 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, and €1.107.000 for the seasons 2019-2020 and 2020 -2021. In addition, the sporting director of the Lupi can collect various bonuses up to €1,454,000 gross if Roma will reach ceratin seasonal objectives.
In the 2017-18 season, Roma‘s general manager Mauro Baldissoni earned €990,000 gross. The former CEO of the giallorossi Umberto Gandini, instead, has received a fixed salary of €852,000 gross.
According to the Roma financial statement released on June 30, 2018, President James Pallotta doesn’t take any kind of economic retribution from his club.