Roma’s current wage bill is ranked among the highest in the club’s history.
In fact, La Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Roma president Dan Friedkin and the Friedkin Group are set to pay €160 million in gross wages at the end of this year for the team’s roster.
This will be second highest salary bill the club have been faced with – in 2018/19 the capital club spent over €165 million gross. During that season, however, the capital club’s revenue amounted to €320 million compared to the current €205 million.
This further highlights the Friedkin’s consistent investments despite UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Settlement Agreement forced the club to reduce drastically their transfer spendings, with the Giallorossi heavily relying on loans and free signings.