After many years of misery, Milan are finally doing well both on and off the pitch. The Rossoneri’s project is ambitious but also realistic, and now we are starting to see the result of the hard work.
Ivan Gazidis and Paolo Scaroni, CEO respectively President, have been two key figures in Milan’s project under Elliott Management and have done a good job thus far. In a report published by Calcio e Finanza, their salaries have been revealed.
Starting with the CEO, he earns €3.15m gross per year and his contract will expire in 2022. Although this sounds like a lot, it should be remembered that Gazidis gets around half of that amount net, while his role is also very important for the club.
Scaroni, who earned €200K gross per year, will see his salary increase due to the extent of the stadium project. The compensation, therefore, is an additional €400K per year, taking his total salary up to €600K per year gross.