If Juventus fails to qualify for the Champions League this season, they will be out of pocket by €80 million. Read more about Juventus 80M Financial Blow in the below article.
According to Corriere Dello Sport, Juve would lose €80 million in sales. If they do not play in next season’s competition. Since rejoining the Champions League in 2012, Juve has earned a whopping €650 million from the competition. Failure to advance into the Round of 16 in the previous two campaigns resulted in a €75-80 million profit. For the Old Lady.
The winner of the Europa League this season will get €25 million.
The Old Lady takes on Napoli at the Allianz Stadium today in a game that will decide both teams’ chances of qualifying for the Champions League.
With 56 points, the Bianconeri and Partenopei are tied for the fourth position in Serie A. With nine games remaining, the losing team could drop three points below the top four.
Bianconeri could lose more than €80 million, according to Il Corriere Dello Sport and La Gazzetta Dello Sport.
In February, the Old Lady reported a €113.7 million loss for the first six months of 2020-21.
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