RomaPress – Roma’s published their semi-annual financial report yesterday following a meeting between the club’s Board of Directors. The report outlined the club’s performance for the first semester of the 2020/2021 financial year.
Roma reported a total loss €74.787 million, which includes revenues of €29.6 million and costs of €9.8 million. The figure is actually lower when compared to the first six months of 2020 when the club reported a loss of €86.986 million.
Results from the transfer market were positive for Roma, however. The club yielded a total of €22.3 million in plusvalenze (capital gains). This was achieved through the sales of multiple players including: Patrik Schick, Aleksandar Kolarov, Maxime Gonalons, Gregoire Defrel, Mert Cetin, Aboudramane Diaby, and Matteo Cancellieri.
The Board’s report also included an interesting revelation about Stephen El Shaarawy’s contract. Although the attacker’s contract expires in June 2023, Roma have the option to extend it until June 2024.