The worst balance sheet in history for the Giallorossi: salaries eat up almost all revenues, the resources introduced by Dan Friedkin are fundamental
There Rome approved a loss of 219.3 million euros in the exercise of balance relating to 2021-22. The worst in its history is caused, only in part, by the damage of the pandemic from COVID-19. From Trigoria they are not surprised, as the previous half-year had predicted a similar result as at 30 June 2022.
To weigh on the club’s coffers in particular the item of personnel costs equal to 182 million, of which about 155 for the players and which almost entirely eat up the revenues (200 million, where those from the stadium and merchandising have grown, but not those from sponsors).
Furthermore, Roma has adhered to the liquidity decree which allows companies to cover deficits over 4 years (therefore by 2026), while for the next budget there are elements that should ensure that costs are lower, such as the exit from the stock exchange, the positive effects of which will only be seen in the 2022-’23 financial year.
Fundamental to cover the current financial needs are the resources entered by Dan Friedkin (the total payments into the yellow and red coffers since August 2020 are 500 million, ed), the possible sale of players and the cash flows that could be achieved during the Europa League.
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