The European giants have reported great losses in 2020-21, with Juventus second on the list by registering a loss of €210m last term.
The few top clubs who have released the data are in poor state and the Old Lady, who’s currently sitting 18th in Serie A, is one of them, reporting a loss of €210m in 2020-21.
Financial expert Marco Iaria from La Gazzetta dello Sport reveals the dire numbers of the giants and reveals Inter and Roma have yet to register their losses from last term.
Questi i risultati di bilancio 2020-21 dei top club europei che hanno già diffuso i dati:
Barcellona -481 milioni
Manchester United -104
Borussia Dortmund -73
Real Madrid +1
Tra gli altri, le perdite più rilevanti sono attese per Psg, Manchester City, Inter e Roma.
— Marco Iaria (@MarcoIaria1) September 20, 2021
Inter are reportedly expected to unveil a loss similar to Juventus of approximately €210m.
Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City haven’t registered their numbers, as Real Madrid are the only team on the plus side after revealing the turnover for 2020-21.
La Repubblica previously claimed Inter are following the clubs losing the most money in European football, as they continue to run at a loss of €12m per month.
The 2020-21 financial results of the top European clubs who have already released the data:
Manchester United: -€104m
Borussia Dortmund: -€73m
Real Madrid: €1m