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    Quote Originally Posted by Hustini View Post
    A Ronaldo shirt every minute | Football Italia

    Juventus are selling an average of one Cristiano Ronaldo jersey every minute from their store in Milan.

    The transfer cost over €100m and he’ll be paid €30m per year net, but is also set to bring in massive revenue streams.

    According to TuttoJuve, there are huge queues outside the Juventus Store in Milan, especially as the online site crashed once the shirt first went on sale yesterday and has barely recovered.

    It’s reported the Bianconeri are selling on average one Cristiano Ronaldo jersey every minute since the store opened at 10am local time.

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    And thats only from ONE store


    The madness
    Do we get anything for that? Isn't it Adidas?

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    Former Inter legend Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was unimpressed at his old club’s Italian League title celebrations. “To see Inter with the Scudetto on the shirt is a strange feeling,” said the Bayern Munich supremo. “I believe that if you do not win on the field it is not a true Scudetto. It made me laugh when Inter Coach Roberto Mancini described how happy he was to have won a title.”

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    As far as i know, clubs get 10% to 15% depend on the deal with the sponsors for selling shirts amd uniforms etc

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    Adidas will become technical sponsors for all the Juventus teams for six years from 2015 in a deal worth €139.5m, not including performance-related bonuses.

    The firm will also control the licensing and merchandising for Juventus for €6m, while the club will benefit from royalties when surpassing sales targets.

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    “Prior to 2015, licensing and retail activities were not managed directly bytheJuventus Football Club,” explains Montesion. “In thetwo years since, we have substantially revised our licensee portfolio, consolidating firstly our market in Italy, andthenoverhauling ourinternational development program. Now we are coveringnearly every productcategory, and counting more than 100 licensees worldwide. Juventus is now poised to delve into an even wider brand licensing program including a range of product categories. We aim to give a wider, deep and transversal meaning, seeking new targets and looking for new distribution channels.”

    https://www.licenseglobal.com/sports...-opportunities

    Can someone tell us what this means?

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    Wonder if Exor and Agnelli family want to use football and Juventus as a marketing platform to sell more cars? There are not more recognizable people than some of these football superstars world wide. It just so happens that Exor owns a football team that could benefit from all of this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suns View Post
    Wonder if Exor and Agnelli family want to use football and Juventus as a marketing platform to sell more cars? There are not more recognizable people than some of these football superstars world wide. It just so happens that Exor owns a football team that could benefit from all of this
    Yeah they should put one of their car brands on the front of our Jersey!!!Maybe Jeep?
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    Quote Originally Posted by edgardavids2608 View Post
    Yeah they should put one of their car brands on the front of our Jersey!!!Maybe Jeep?
    lol, thinking about using superstars in that juve jersey with a jeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgardavids2608 View Post
    Yeah they should put one of their car brands on the front of our Jersey!!!Maybe Jeep?
    American outlets already over this.
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...for-jeep-brand
    http://www.foxnews.com/auto/2018/07/...-salesman.html

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    Is it true that we have a different deal when it comes to Adidas and that we get way more % than other teams usually do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suns View Post
    Is it true that we have a different deal when it comes to Adidas and that we get way more % than other teams usually do?
    From what I’ve read, we sacrificed 6 mil a year in our deal with Adidas in exchange of letting us getting all the revenues from jersey sales at the 4 Juve stores in Italy and online. Adidas makes money from jerseys sold in Adidas outlets over the world. Will attach a source if I find one

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    Quote Originally Posted by campionesidd View Post
    From what I’ve read, we sacrificed 6 mil a year in our deal with Adidas in exchange of letting us getting all the revenues from jersey sales at the 4 Juve stores in Italy and online. Adidas makes money from jerseys sold in Adidas outlets over the world. Will attach a source if I find one
    Please do, I'd be very interested to read about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFL_ITALIA View Post
    Please do, I'd be very interested to read about that.
    It seems to be a Corriere dello Sport report, but I can't find the original source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by campionesidd View Post
    It seems to be a Corriere dello Sport report, but I can't find the original source.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Juve/commen...juventus_will/

    yeah just a tweet, but the reports do state this.
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    you can find it here:
    http://www.calcioefinanza.it/2016/08...merchandising/

    translated:
    Juventus Adidas agreement, changes to the original contract
    With the changes made to the agreement with Adidas , Juventus has renounced the additional 6 million guaranteed minimum, with the goal of earning more through the direct management of licensing and merchandising. Direct management, which is good to underline, involves not only a potential increase in revenues, but also greater investments and higher operating costs.

    So will Juventus' strategy be rewarding? But above all, will it allow us to bring the commercial revenues of the Juventus club closer to those of the top European clubs? To answer these questions we examined both the previous agreement that linked Juventus to Nike and the new agreement with Adidas to understand the differences and calculate what could be the benefit of the new strategy on the accounts of the Juventus company.

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    This change is probably crucial for us to finance the whole deal. Reports say we could get close to 40% from each sold shirt - its all speculation and we will see the real number once the financial report is annouced, but still we are getting more than guaranteed 6m.

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    In hindsight, that was $#@!ing brilliant considering the CR7 deal now
    The F1 remains as of 2013 one of the fastest production cars ever made; as of July 2013 it is succeeded by very few cars including the Koenigsegg Agera R, the SSC Ultimate Aero TT,and the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. However, all of the superior top speed machines use forced induction to reach their top speeds, whereas the McLaren F1 is naturally aspirated.
    http://forum.juventuz.org/threads/41...=1#post4967497

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    Yeah, but the rumour about selling 520k shirts is probably bull$#@!. Afaik they counted visits on official Juve site and came to conclusion that this is the number of sold shirts.

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    Probably posted in another thread...



    Juventus could make summer profit
    By Football Italia staff

    Juventus could reportedly end this summer’s transfer window with a profit, despite their huge expenditure on Cristiano Ronaldo.

    The Bianconeri have signed the Portuguese superstar for €112m, and it’s believed his contract is worth €30m net per season.

    Given that clubs break down the cost of a transfer over the course of a contract, L’Équipe points out that CR7 will cost around €90m on each balance sheet until his contract ends in 2022.

    That is roughly a 25 per cent increase compared to what the Old Lady currently spends.

    However, the newspaper points out that Ronaldo will provide an instant marketing boost, with four million more social media followers since his arrival.

    Juve manage their merchandising and licensing without intermediaries, so can profit handsomely from the increased exposure.

    The last financial statement recorded €128m in commercial income, but that should hugely increase with the arrival of Ronaldo.

    At Real Madrid, L’Équipe reports, CR7 shirts accounted four 40 per cent of total sales.

    While the bulk of shirt sale revenue goes to Adidas, the agreement provides for “additional royalty payments upon exceeding a threshold of sales”.

    The Bianconeri would also be in a strong position to renegotiate their sponsorship agreements with Adidas and Jeep after Ronaldo’s arrival.

    There is less room for manoeuvre on ticket sales, as the Allianz Stadium only holds around 41,000 and is already 94 per cent sold out.

    That said, the club did increase season ticket prices by around 30 per cent, which will bring a prospective extra €10m.

    Television rights should also be more lucrative this season, with an extra €30m for the Old Lady if last season’s Serie A and Champions League campaign was to be repeated.

    Juve have already brought in around €50m from player sales, with Emil Audero, Alberto Cerri and soon Rolando Mandragora all leaving with buyback options.
    
Stefano Sturaro and Marko Pjaca could bring in around €20m each, and there is interest in both.

    That’s without even considering a potential €50m sale of Daniele Rugani to Chelsea, while Gonzalo Higuain could also go to Stamford Bridge for €60m.
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    Don't know if posted. It seems we don't have to worry about FFP for now. We stand well.

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