Roma to face minor pressure from UEFA’s settlement agreement: €10 million in generated revenue could be enough

Andy Mattioli

Today’s report by Corriere dello Sport claims Roma’s financial situation is not as bad as it was at this time last year.

Over the course of the past season, the capital club have made huge leaps in earnings from the stadium and European competitions, as well as partnerships and sponsors thanks to the work of Dan and Ryan Friedkin and CEO Lina Souloukou.

The newspaper cites this as the primary reason as to why this offseason Roma might finally be able to operate more freely on the market without the pressure from UEFA’s Settlement Agreement and Financial Fair Play.

According to the newspaper, Roma could be only required to generate €10 million in revenue from player sales by the end of June, perhaps even less based on the analyses that the Giallorossi management is defining in recent days before arriving at the exact figure.

The sale of Roger Ibanez (which was not included in last year’s balance) will be a major boost in this regard.

Moreover, the capital club will immediately get to work on slashing the wage bill, which will result in a healthier and more sustainable financial situation.

But essentially, from the work carried out in 2023, considerable optimism emerges about the economic prospects of Roma for the future, naturally starting from next season.

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