When Ivan Gazidis took on the role as CEO of AC Milan, one of his main priorities was (and still is) to increase the Rossoneri’s revenue through sponsorships and other economically favourable solutions.
Thus far, however, he hasn’t managed to live up to the expectations. The former Arsenal director has just secured small sponsorships, while TIM have left the club’s corporate portfolio. Furthermore, the new Fly Emirates deal will be worth less than the current one.
As MilanNews.it highlights, though, two new sponsorships have been added to the portfolio. Although it hasn’t been announced through an official statement, Skrill and Roinvesting are present on Milan’s website in the sponsor section.
Skrill is a UK-based company, offering money transfer services worldwide, and their CEO happens to be Italian. Roinvesting, meanwhile, is an international financial company that provides advanced trading platforms. It remains to be seen what the details are.