Report: Milan and Inter to earn more than originally thought from Supercoppa

By Euan Burns -

AC Milan and Inter are set to earn more money than initially expected for taking part in the Supercoppa Italiana final in Saudi Arabia in January, a report claims. 

As has been reported by (via Milan News), an economic and financial newspaper, the money that the two clubs receive will be a share of €7.5 million rather than the initially believed €6.5 million.

The money will be generated from not only the stadium attendance but also from the TV rights that are in place to show the game around the world.

The two teams are in the final after Milan won the Scudetto last season and Inter won the Coppa Italia.

The increased sum is because the contract has a clause stating that €500,000 more will be paid if a ‘big team’ competes, and €1 million more if two big teams compete. The ‘big teams’ in question are AC Milan, Inter, Juventus and AS Roma, of which two are playing.

The game will be played on January 18.

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