Juventus seeking increase in revenues

While the Bianconeri are dominant on the field, they are working to match the biggest clubs off it too, writes Mina Rzouki.

Andrea Agnelli recently hailed his record breaking Juventus, a club that achieved €387.9m revenue in the financial year that ended on June 30 2016. Reporting a €4.1m in operating profit which represents €1.8m more than the previous period, the Italian champions are slowly succeeding in their attempts to match the major European sides.

“The core business of this club is and will always be football. Our tradition is victory, our vocation is economic and financial sustainability in a complex sector,” explained Agnelli. Winning trophies on the pitch while remaining economically sustainable has always been Juve’s mission. To have achieved that considering the dire state of affairs post-Calciopoli is a feat that must be admired.

When it comes to building a sporting project, no team has done as well as the Bianconeri. 

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