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AC Milan Could Be Set For 100 Million Euro Boost From Serie A Media Company Sale

Milan would see the 100 million over the next 5 years.

Official Serie A ball over a pedestal with Serie A logo... Photo by Andrea Staccioli/LightRocket via Getty Images

Calcio e Finanza are reporting that Lega Serie A are expecting an injection of funds of about €1.7 billion from CVC-Advent-Fsi in exchange for a 10% stake in the league's media holding company. The individual clubs will receive significant financial boost once approved. 5 clubs are set to receive in excess of 100 million euros while just 5 clubs will receive lower than 50 million euros. The clubs are expected to receive 1.4 billion euros over the next five years.

The estimation of the fees to be received by the clubs is from Milano Finanza based on the percentage based on the Melandri Law, the entry fee paid by the funds and the Covid contribution.

Juventus: €133 million

Inter: €115.5 million

AC Milan: €103.7 million

AS Roma: €102.4 million

Napoli: €101.5 million

Lazio: €87.5 million

Fiorentina: €75.8 million

Atalanta: €73.6 million

Torino: €69 million

Sampdoria: €61.9 million

Genoa: €58.1 million

Bologna: €56.4 million

Udinese: €52.1 million

Cagliari: €51 million

Sassuolo: €50.2 million

Parma: €49.5 million

Hellas Verona: €46.9 million

Crotone: €38.8 million

Benevento: €36.6 million

Spezia: €36.6 million