FIFA’s president Gianni Infantino wants to reshape the current way to do business in the world of football.
Before Christmas, the Italian-American businessman has repaid the losses of Neep holding, the company that owns 78% of the Giallorossi.
In today’s football players are very expensive but just a few of them are able to make a difference on the field.
The managers of the club are traveling to Switzerland for a meeting with the European Football Association.
CIES Football Observatory released a report on the transfer market balance of the big 5 league teams. Roma sits in the fourth position.
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.
Reportedly, Roma is negotiating Nainggolan’s exit with a Chinese club. Is this an apocalyptic choice?
The construction of a new facility brings immense benefits to the club. A business that could be profitable every day of the week.
The Bostonian investor knows the potential of the world of football but his goal seems to be realizable only winning trophies.