Inter Milan's sponsorship revenue plummets by more than 40 per cent

4 December 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Inter Milan, managed by Antonio Conte, have had a fine start to the season and are currently leading the Serie A ahead of Juventus.

New filings show that Inter Milan's sponsorship revenue is expected to drop by €55.2 million.

The drop is mainly due to Asian companies withdrawing from their agreements as well as an expired contract with a Beijing-based marketing agency. 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

Inter Milan's sponsorship revenue is expected to drop significantly in the fiscal year ending in June 2020, according to filings published by Inter Media and Communication S.p.A, the sole manager and operator of the media, broadcast and sponsorship business of its parent company, F.C. Internazionale Milano S.p.A.

Last season the Italian giants had sponsorship revenue of €130 million, but the club expect the revenue to plummet to just €75.3 million in the current season.

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