Juventus have summed up the first half of the 2020/21 season. The financial loss amounted to 113 million euros.

According to FootballItalia, Turin’s Juventus have published a financial report for the first half of the 2020/21 season. According to the report, the loss exceeded 100 million euros.

The source reports that today, February 25, the Juventus Board of Directors met under Andrea Agnelli’s chairmanship and summarized the half-year reports, which cover the period until December 31, 2020.

According to the report submitted by the “Old Lady”, the revenue for the first half of the current season amounted to 258.3 million euros. And, for the same period of the 2019/20 season, revenue was 322.3 million euros.

Expenditures were also calculated, which is slightly increased and amounted to 263.4 million euros. Thus, the loss of the club in the first half of the season amounted to 113.7 million euros.

According to Juventus, the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant negative impact on revenues, amounting to around € 50 million.

Recall that this season “Bianconeri” are in third place in the Serie A tournament table after 23 rounds. They are eight points behind leader Inter. And, in the first match of the eighth final stage of the Champions League, Andrea Pirlo’s team lost to Portus 1: 2.

 

When will Dybala return?

 

The official website of “Juventus” in Turin has confirmed that the team’s striker, Paulo Dybala, is still injured.

The return of the Argentine forward has been postponed. The central midfielder of the team, Arthur Mello, is also in the hospital with him.

The painful point of the “old lady” attack is still the knee, and the club doctors are not able to do anything for her yet.

The estimated date of Bianconeri’s tenth return is the beginning of March, possibly even the middle period.

Recall that the repeated match between “The Old Lady” and “Porto” will be held on March 9.