14 September 2023 - 4:30 AM



Thursday briefing: Juventus on course for €110 million loss for 2022/23 after H2 €81 million deficit

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Juventus are set to post a €110 million loss for the 2022/23 financial year after the club’s parent Exor reported a €81 million deficit for the second half of the year ending June 30th 2023.

Juventus had previously reported a €29.5 million loss for the first six months to 31st December 2022. The Turin club are expected to officially release their results for the full 2022/23 financial year later this month.

Sixth consecutive annual deficit

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