RomaPress – Roma’s Board of Directors approved the club’s third quarter financial figures for the period between 1 January and 31 March 2020.
The latest financial statement shows a large increase of the club’s net debt, which has ballooned to €278.5 million, an increase of €57.9 million from 30 June 2019. These results will undoubtedly be the main subject of the next Board of Directors meeting, which will take place next month on 26 June.
The figures only highlight the need for the club to change ownership as James Pallotta and Dan Friedkin remain engaged in talks, however, there has been no significant progress in over a month. With question marks still surrounding as to whether or not the 2019/2020 Serie A campaign will be completed, a resolution between the two is not expected anytime soon.