Nearly €30 million on the line for Roma against Porto


Il Corriere dello Sport have reported that nearly €30 million is at stake for Roma in Europe.

The Giallorossi face Porto this evening then next week in a crucial tie that will have significant financial implications. Reportedly, the difference for the club between the Champions League and Europa League is nearly €30-€35 million: taking into account tickets, TV rights, and the market pool.

As seen throughout the summer, economic and footballing tranquility are crucial at Roma and for president James Pallotta. Should Roma advance into the group stages, harmony will certainly be brought both on and off the pitch.

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