Since Elliott Management took over AC Milan in 2018, it has been a journey towards the top for the Rossoneri. They are a serious contender for the Scudetto for the first time in ten years, which says a lot.
Indeed, Elliott Management have really turned things around for the club, which was absolutely necessary given how the financial situation looked before. Yonghong Li’s short tenure at the club was a disaster and almost brought the club to the ground.
Thanks to smart investments, new sponsorships and smart management, Milan have improved on every single front. The success on the pitch has helped a lot with sponsorships and also competition revenue, such as the Champions League income.
A few days ago, Forbes (via JuveFCNews) published a list of the richest owners in football. And from that, a list with just the club owners of Italian clubs was made. Milan are ahead of Inter and Juventus, but they aren’t the richest.
1: Robert and Mihael Hartono (Como, 45 billion dollars)
2: Silvio Berlusconi (Monza, 7.1 billion)
3: Rocco Commisso (Fiorentina, 6.1 billion)
4: Joey Saputo (Bologna, 4.8 billion)
5: Dan Friedkin (Rome, 4.3 billion)
6: Paul Singer (Milan, 4.3 billion)
7: Marco and Veronica Squinzi and Simona Giorgetta (Sassuolo, 3.9 billion)
8: Renzo Rosso (Vicenza, 3.5 billion)
9: John Elkann (Juventus, 2.1 billion)
10: Antonio Percassi (Atalanta, 1.4 billion)