The January transfer window is now over with a Roma very active on the market. Monchi traded out two defenders.
Roma General Director Baldissoni was interviewed by ‘Radio24’ in reference to the current transfer window. The manager explained the strategy of the club.
The financing of activities through the issue of bonds is a novelty that could be extended to many European football clubs. Roma could follow this path too.
On Tuesday, Roma will face Qarabag in a vital Champions League match. The giallorossi have many chances to pass the group stage banking several million.
Roma’s CEO Umberto Gandini unveiled that a capital increase will be necessary in order to support the economic activities of the club.
Roma planned a €120 million further capital increase that will be processed by December 31, 2018.
Italian clubs are far away from the revenues generated by the top European giants.
The Giallorossi recently closed the sale of Antonio Ruediger to Chelsea recording another fruitful capital gain.
On April 15th, 2011, a group of American investors acquired the majority stake in the glorious Italian club AS Roma. Sensi’s era was over.
The period of economic weakness seems to be over for the Italian Serie A.
Today, AS Roma reported that its financing agreement with Goldman Sachs has been reshaped and that the overall sum increased from €175 million to €230m.
AS Roma cashed in around 73 million thanks to the TV rights. The club could, therefore, invest more on the roster and to cover the various expenses.