KPMG: Milan’s valuation has dropped a huge amount due to COVID-19 – the figures

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan’s valuation as a club has dropped significantly due to the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, according to a study.

A recent study carried out by KPMG (via Milanlive.it) revealed that among the 32 best teams in Europe, Milan are the only club to have seen their value decrease (-3%) in the last four years. In addition, they have accumulated record losses of €442m.

As a result of the poor sporting results, Milan’s value has fallen to €526m, which means they are in 22nd place.

Now, the same source (via MilanLive) have done some more research and compiled the data and values ​​of the major European football clubs after the COVID-19 emergency.

There are huge losses across the board, in particular for the French and Dutch clubs part of the two leagues that decided to cancel early.

Milan’s valuation has suffered a 19% drop, falling from €423million to the current €343m.

Among the other Serie A clubs, Rino Gattuso’s Napoli have seen a major devaluation (-19.8%), while in Europe Galatasaray are at 23.3% less than four months ago.

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