Thursday's Most Important Stories: Juventus record €110 million loss; LaLiga aims to sell majority stake in tech unit; Player sales ensure Ajax €52 million pre-tax profit; Fitch downgrades Inter Milan MediaCo's rating; Eleven joins race for Serie A broadcasting rights

25 February 2021

Andrea Agnelli
Photo: Alamy The board of directors with president Andrea Agnelli in the lead have published a pre-tax loss of €110 million in first half of 2020/21.
Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

1. Juventus record €110 million loss for the first half-year

The first half of the season resulted in a pre-tax loss of €110.2 million for Juventus as a massive decline in transfer business in midst of the pandemic sent the club yet again in the red. The report comes after the club recorded an €81.7 million loss for the 2019/20 season.

Their operating loss fell by €67 million to €105.1 million as the club did not manage to record any significant profit on player sales. That figure stood at just €0.8 million.

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