Juventus complete €300 million share capital increase

3 January 2020

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Photo: Getty Images Andrea Agnelli, the club's chairman, has said the capital increase is important in order to fulfil the club's 2019-2024 plan and to financially keep pace with Juventus' European rivals.

After failing to complete the share capital increase within the subscription period, which ended on 18th December last year, the club offered the remaining rights on the Italian stock exchange.

All remaining shares have now been sold.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Juventus have completed a share capital increase of €300 million after offering shares not sold during an initial subscription period on the Italian stock exchange. 

By the end of the subscription period, 97.54 per cent of the rights had been sold for an aggregate amount of approximately €292.5 million, but now all the 322,485,328 shares offered have been sold for a total amount of €299,911,355.

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