AC Milan have a proud history when it comes to the Champions League, having won the competition seven times which is the second-most of any European team behind Real Madrid.
This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (as seen below) takes a look at the revenues that teams have made in the Champions League from the 1992-93 season (after the name changed from the European Cup) to the end of the 2020-21 season.
The first thing to notice is that Milan are tied in 16th place with Inter on €413m, behind Roma who are tied for 14th place with Porto on €448m. Juventus lead the way in Serie A with €934m.
The other notable figures include a top two of Bayern Munich and Real Madrid both standing at over €1bn, while the first English clubs don’t appear until 5th and 6th place with Chelsea and Manchester United occupying those respectively.
Napoli and Lazio are the only other two Italian clubs to get over €100m in revenues from the competition.
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