Commenting on the report KPMG on the business value of European football teams, Marani also added: “In Italy we have two top clubs like Juventus and Inter, then there is a rich bourgeoisie of Italian football which, however, has been overwhelmed by the whole world. I see Tottenham taking over, say, Roma. I think that the difference also affects the stadium theme, it becomes difficult to compete with those who have 80-85 thousand seats. The difference between Inter and Milan is also very significant: the nerazzurri got on the first class train, the rossoneri almost climbed from second to third class. Inter have done an excellent job with their managers for the growth of revenues, unfortunately Milan are missing. Naples and Rome in terms of structure can hardly aspire to the top of Europe, but Milan was in the past “.
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