MF: Milan, Inter and Juventus set for €100m+ cash boost thanks to Serie A media investment

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan could be set to net a nice windfall from an investment that may be taking place in Serie A from the CVC-Advent-Fsi consortium.

Calcio e Finanza are reporting that during today’s Lega assembly, the injection of funds into the league will be discussed and the green light is expected that will see €1.7bn come into the league from CVC et al. in exchange for a 10% stake in the Serie A media holding company.

MF (Milano Finanza) have detailed how much each individual club should get in next five years, which ranges from €133million for Juventus to €36.6million for Spezia and Benevento.

Juventus: 133 million euros
Inter: 115.5 million euros
Milan: 103.7 million euros
Roma: 102.4 million euros
Napoli: 101.5 million euros
Lazio: 87.5 million euros
Fiorentina: 75.8 million euros
Atalanta: 73.6 million euros
Torino: 69 million euros
Sampdoria: 61.9 million euros
Genoa: 58.1 million euros
Bologna: 56.4 million euros
Udinese: 52.1 million euros
Cagliari: 51 million euros
Sassuolo: 50.2 million eruos
Parma: 49.5 million euros
Hellas Verona: 46.9 million eurso
Crotone: 38.8 million euros
Benevento: 36.6 million euros
Spezia: 36.6 million euros

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  1. The sum of the amount of the money each club earns adds to €1.4bn!!! but it’s mentioned that €1.7bn will come into the league. How is that?
    and also what was the previous amount that serie a was earning as tv rights?

    1. It’s a good question, and something we also noticed. Speculating here, because it isn’t made clear, it could be that the remaining €300million is aside for teams that will be promoted to Serie A inside that five year period.

      1. Thanks.
        and about last years tv rights, what I have found is less than €1bn. it was €0.973bn for 2018-2019 to 2020-2021, thus the tv rights have increased by more than 40 percent.

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