Serie A submerged in debt

According to a study published in recent days in Il Sole 24 Ore and for the year 2007/2008 football clubs in Serie A would have a gross debt of no less than 2.105 billion Euros.
62% of this debt is concentrated in only 5 companies: Inter, Milan, Juventus, Roma and Lazio. In particular, the Inter would have, according to the study of Il Sole 24 Ore, a gross debt of 394 million euro, 364 million euro of Milan, Juventus of € 235 million, 140 million Roma and Lazio 131 million.
The gross debt of the company's Series A would far exceed their revenue, 2.1 billion against 1.595 billion. With regard to the financial statements for the year 2007/2008 Lazio is the company that had the focus greater of € 28.1 million, followed by Napoli with 16.86 million euro. In seventh place Roma with a red 7.1 million, while the last places are in the order Juventus, AC Milan and Inter, respectively in the red for 26, 92 and 146 million.


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