La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
- Jan 17, 2005
10 years of FIF
No, there wasn't.
i think this's just the money from uefa...doesn't include the tv money and other related stuff like advertising and stadiums. if you add that to this, this's a lot of money
No, there wasn't.
GdS - Inter are ranked first in commercial revenues, third in stadium revenues and fifth in TV rights (before going to MediaPro, then, the number would be a lot more favorable in our position).
Next season CL prize money, according to "Mundo Deportivo":
Group stage spot - 15M.
A draw at GS - 900K.
A win - 2.7M.
Reaching round of 16 - 9.5M.
Quarter finals - 10.M.
Semi final - 12M.
Finalist - 15M.
Winner - 19M.
If it have been this season, Roma would have gotten 45M. That's big money, and we need this money. We must get to CL!
https://www.fedenerazzurra.net/news/2018/4/16/inter-ranked-9th-in-serie-a-in-agentlawyer-fee-behind-torino-atalanta-genoa-and-sassuoloInter ranked 9th in Serie A in agent/lawyer fee, behind Torino, Atalanta, Genoa and Sassuolo
How much do football teams pay for sport agents and lawyers in 2017? The grand total is just over 138 million euros. A humongous amount, revealed by FIGC, but it has come down since last year when clubs paid 193 million.
Here is the list of the top 10 teams:
Juventus 42 million
Source: Calcio e Finanza
http://en.calcioefinanza.com/2017/06/02/serie-agent-fees-revealed-20-clubs/Serie A: Agent fees revealed for all 20 clubs
The FIGC has released a report revealing the agent fees paid by all 20 Serie A clubs in 2016, as per article 8 on the transparency requirement in their bylaws.
A total of €193.3 million was spent, the bulk of which naturally comes from the biggest clubs. In fact, a total of €126.3 million (65%) was spent by Serie A’s big 7 (Juventus, Roma, Napoli, Milan, Inter, Lazio and Fiorentina).
Juventus (€51.9M) spent more than Milan (€15.6M) and Inter (€23.4M) combined, the bulk of which is attributable to the sale of Paul Pogba to Manchester United. This transaction alone netted agent Mino Raiola approximately €27 million from Juventus, representing 52% of the total agent fees paid by Juventus.
On the other end of the spectrum, Lazio spent the least on agent fees (€0.72M), given they were not very active in the transfer market (money wise).
Given the complexity of player contracts and agent fees, it is difficult to measure a proper correlation between the amount of transfer market activity, commission paid to the agent and result on the pitch. Each contract is unique.
Therefore the following table and chart should be viewed for illustration purposes only, and it is reflective of the 2016 transfer activity. It should not be interpreted that a correlation exists between the amount paid in agent fees and position in the standings. However, it can serve as an indicator on how active a team was in the transfer market by the amount spent, albeit an imprecise one.
From this perspective Lazio was the most efficient club, spending €0.10M per point generated in the standings yet still finished the season in fifth place. Juventus was the least efficient at €0.57M per point, however by outspending their opponents they won the scudetto. Inter was the worst performer in terms of agent fees paid and final place in the standings, with a ratio of €0.38M per point and finishing seventh well below expectations.