According to Calcio & Finanza, in the last five seasons, Inter and Milan lost on average between 23.7 and 24.2 million euros in annual revenues compared to the stadium owned by Juventus.

Not only that, M-I Stadio, the managing company of the stadium, received an average of 10.8 million euros of revenues, without including the rent paid by Inter and Milan. These figures could potentially be collected by the two teams with a brand new stadium.

On contrary, Juventus directly receive all revenues from commercial initiatives such as Tour and Museum to other non-matchday activities: 11.7 million euros average in the last five years, 15 million euros in the last two seasons.

The difference of last year between the Milanese clubs and Juventus is about 30 million in terms of revenues received from the stadium.

Source: C&F

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