Milan have climbed three positions on prestigious list of club valuations

By Isak Möller -

It’s been a tough year for all the football clubs due to the COVID pandemic, taking away important revenue. Therefore, the value of many clubs has decreased but Milan have managed to hold up well. 

As revealed by KPMG in their annual study of the top 32 European clubs (via MilanNews), the overall value of the clubs has decreased. A total of seven Italian teams are on the list and Juventus are the best-placed ones, rushing from 11th to 10th place.

Milan, meanwhile, inevitably have a lower value than the last time the study was conducted (summer of 2020). However, they have still improved their position from 22nd to 19th place, which is a sign of the times.

The full list (figures in millions of euros): 

1. Real Madrid: 2.909
2. Barcelona: 2.869
3. Manchester United: 2.661
4. Bayern: 2.621
5. Liverpool: 2.284
6. Manchester City: 2.170
7. Chelsea: 1.875
8. PSG: 1.754
9. Tottenham: 1.708
10. Juventus: 1.480
11. Arsenal: 1.445
12. Borussia Dortmund: 1.220
13. Atlético de Madrid: 1.133
14. Inter: 877
15. Schalke: 502
16. Lyon: 489
17. Naples: 485
18. Everton: 455
19. Milan: 427
20. Leicester: 424
21. Ajax: 418
22. Rome: 405
23. Valencia: 367
24. Atalanta: 364
25. Benfica: 349
26. Sevilla: 346
27. Galatasaray: 345
28. Lazio: 298
29. Port: 252
30. Villarreal: 239
31. Marseille: 195
32. Fenerbahçe: 184

It’s a positive result for the Rossoneri as they have done well to power through this tough year, decreasing the cost of the wage bill among other things. Hopefully, they will continue on this path and climb further.

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2 Comments

  1. AZ says:

    Where is the #15 club now?…. lol

  2. ZXCVBN says:

    If milan really has 500 million fans, shouldn’t it be among the top4 or 5 clubs?
    It really hurts as a milan fan to see tottenham everton and schalke above milan
    It is high time the italian league increases ite visibility and TV money

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