CIES: Milan and Juventus shown up by Inter with financial transfer record in past five years | OneFootball

CIES: Milan and Juventus shown up by Inter with financial transfer record in past five years | OneFootball

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·26 de febrero de 2024

CIES: Milan and Juventus shown up by Inter with financial transfer record in past five years

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AC Milan and Juventus have fallen far behind Inter when it comes to making money in the transfer market over the past five years, a report claims.

A study from the CIES Football Observatory (via Calciomercato.com) has found that Juventus and Milan are the two teams that have lost the most money in the transfer market in Serie A over the past five years.


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It is commonplace for the biggest clubs to rank poorly with this metric given they do not tend to sell players for more than they were brought for, as they have greater revenue streams from elsewhere than other teams.

That is exhibited by the likes of Sassuolo, Udinese, Atalanta and Empoli having the most profits in the past five years. The model of those teams is to produce/buy players that will be sold for entire or partial profit further down the line.

That being said, Inter have done a far better job than Milan and Juventus. The Nerazzurri have lost €19m in the past five years, whilst Milan have lost a whopping €205m. Juventus have lost even more; €220m.

It is further evidence of how well Inter director Beppe Marotta has managed to do in the transfer market in recent seasons.

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