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May 3, 2012

This is my best guess based on the add backs described in their net income definition. I used Capital IQ which I get through my work which populates their as presented financials and just added back based on the lines mentioned in the FFP definition.

As far as growth, I don’t know. A lot depends on sustained performance. But they raised 175M Eur in a 5 year bond. They termed out for a reason. European rates aren’t going up so that isn’t the reason. My guess is they raised that money to make a strong push for the next 2 years while they have Ronaldo. If Revenues don’t grow as desired, they can always adjust. The equity of the company is worth 1.5B eur and the debt is something like 400M Eur right now. That means the company is worth 1.9B meaning your debt to total value is like like 20%.

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Excellent work! I agree with your 'guess' too. We're going all out for these Ronaldo years. That might be why we're after Pogba despite his massive price tag. It'll be an interesting couple of years.


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Dec 31, 2002
Report: Juve bid €35m for Zaniolo

By Football Italia staff


Roma have reportedly rejected a €35m bid from Juventus for midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport’s Nicolo Schira, the offer came a few days ago but was deemed too low by Roma.

However, Schira notes Juve sporting director Fabio Paratici is not giving up and remains in contract with Zaniolo’s agent Claudio Vigorelli.

The starlet turns 20 next month and broke out for Roma last season, scoring six goals in 36 appearances, although he was recently dropped for Italy’s final Euro U21 game against Belgium, having turned up late for a team meeting.

The Giallorossi need to make €45m in capital gains by June 30 and to date have sold only Ezequiel Ponce for an initial €3m.
Breaking the bank arent we?!
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