Juventus outperform rival stock-listed clubs on road to coronavirus recovery

3 September 2020

AP
Photo: PA Images Juventus' share price has since reaching a three-year low of €0.545 on 12th March risen 64 per cent to €0.8938. Former player Andrea Pirlo has been brought in as manager.

Juventus have seen the highest rise in share price among major European stock listed clubs since reaching a three-year low in March.

AS Roma's share price almost fully recovered before they were taken over by The Friedkin Group, but it has now reached its lowest level since 2014.

Lyon have struggled to recover and are from being valued as they were before the pandemic.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Football may still be on pause, but the stock markets don't take many days off. The values of listed companies across the world were initially decimated when lockdown measures were introduced in many countries, but a speedy market recovery has seen many return to or even exceed their previous price points.

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