GdS: Milan leading with €100m wage budget – nobody like the Rossoneri in Europe

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are top of the table with a wage bill that is not only lower than the other teams leading Europe’s ‘top five’ leagues, but less than their Scudetto rivals too.

As reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via, the Rossoneri are a unique case in the panorama of the big clubs in Europe because they have downsized their wage budget by a huge amount and the performances on the field have improved.

Elliott Management have tightened the expenses in recent years which has created a virtuous cycle of sorts, and as part of this Milan have seen their wage budget drop from €150m gross in 2018-19 to about €100m today.

As a comparison with the teams in Italy, Napoli’s wages are €110m, Inter are around €130m while Juventus stand out above all with €172m gross, meaning Milan are comfortably the least of the current top four.

Looking at other league leaders around Europe, Bundesliga table-toppers Bayern are at €192m, PSG are on €470m, Manchester City are on €258m and finally Real Madrid pay out €401m gross salary.

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    1. 470m euro / season for compete with Lille,Monaco,Marseille,nice. Weka weka weka. If only AC Milan have revenue like that too

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