AC Milan are now comfortably in second place in Serie A among revenue received from their technical supplier, but are lagging behind the rest of Europe.
Calcio e Finanza published an article which carries ranking of Serie A clubs based on the money they get from their kit manufacturer. After the renewal with PUMA – which will bring €30m per year to the Rossoneri’s accounts – Milan have overtaken Inter (€12.5m) to jump into second in the league.
In Serie A, Juventus remain at the top with €51m per season from Adidas, while Lazio and Roma complete the top five. The new agreement with PUMA is therefore a big step forward for the club, but the comparison to the rest of Europe is almost scary.
Real Madrid earn €120m per season from Adidas, Barcelona get €105m from Nike, Manchester United get €87m from Adidas, PSG receive €80m from Nike, Manchester City get €75m from PUMA, Arsenal and Chelsea get €60m from Adidas and Nike respectively, and finally Liverpool and Tottenham are paid €35m by New Balance and Nike.