AC Milan have the worst net spend in Italy since 2010 as the decade draws to a close, a study has revealed.
The CIES Football Observatory (via MilanNews.it) have taken a look at Europe’s five major leagues and the teams constantly present in the from 2010 to 2019.
They have studied the budgets of the various clubs, providing the calculation of revenue generated from players sold minus the sum of money spent on signings.
At the top of the rankings are Lille, with a net gain of €250m over the last decade, while Manchester City are as expected at the bottom with almost €1.1billion spent. PSG with €900m and Manchester United at €832m are next on the list.
Surprisngly, Genoa are second in the rankings having a net gain of €193million in transfers since 2010, while Udinese are also one of the best performers as they are €168m in the green.
Looking at the rest of Italy, Fiorentina are almost in balance at €-1.8 million. while Lazio and Roma are €-56m and €-69m respectively.
Inter are €391m down, while Juventus are €414m in the red and Milan far the worst as they sit on €-439m.
Here are the interesting outcomes from Serie A…
Genoa: +193.3 (million euros)