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AC Milan Still Has Largest Wage Bill In Serie A

Despite slashing their wage bill by €60m this summer, AC Milan still have the largest wage bill in Serie A.

The Gazzetta dello Sport on Tuesday published their annual review of Serie A salaries and for the first time we can begin to see the implication of Uefa’s Financial Fair Play rules.

So despite letting almost all of their veteran players leave this summer and selling their two best players in Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to PSG, Milan somehow still have a wage bill of €120m a season.

City rivals Inter have also been busy this summer letting older, more experienced players like Julio Cesar, Lucio, Douglas Maicon and Diego Forlan go, as Inter slashed their wage bill by €40m.

Other clubs that also significantly lowered their wage bill are Genoa who saved €7m, Siena €4m and Palermo €2.6m.

Two teams that bucked the trend of cutting wages are Juventus and Roma. The increase in Roma’s wage bill is mainly due to the new contract of Daniele De Rossi who is on €6m a season.

Serie A Clubs Wage Bill:

  • Milan €120m
  • Juventus €115m
  • Inter €100m
  • Roma €95m
  • Lazio €66.2m
  • Napoli €53.2m
  • Fiorentina €38.8m
  • Sampdoria €29.8m
  • Genoa €28.9m
  • Bologna €28.4m
  • Atalanta €23.7m
  • Palermo €23.4m
  • Torino €22m
  • Udinese €21.2m
  • Parma €21.2m
  • Siena €18.9m
  • Catania €18m
  • Cagliari €15.9m
  • Chievo €15.9m
  • Pescara €10.8m