AC Milan is working on improving their commercial image and reputation by penning new partnerships. The work is ongoing for the club off the pitch as well as on it.
Sponsorships are one of the main and important aspects for to fund clubs, but it seems that the Rossoneri are still behind with Emirates.
According to Calcio e Finanza, AC Milan are actually sixth now in the Sponsorships ranking right behind Roma who are fifth.
Meanwhile, Inter have jumped to third position thanks to their new deal with Socios that will be unrevealed soon. The source cites La Gazzetta dello Sport who explain that Socios will be paying Inter 20 million euros per season. That figure lower than the 30 million hoped for, but still higher than the amount paid by Pirelli.
Second is Fiorentina thanks to Mediacom, a company owned by Rocco Commisso who owns the club, paying 25 million euros per season. Then, Sassuolo is fourth as they are paid by Mapei 18 million euros.
The first remains always Juventus who receive 45 million euros per season from Jeep.
Roma receive 12 million euros per season from sponsors Digitalbits while AC Milan receives 10 million euros from Emirates.
Milan instead renewed a few months ago at a discount with Emirates until 2023 ( from 14 to 10 million fixed ), but eliminating the exclusivity of the airline’s brand on the shirt and thus opening up to potential additional partners for the sleeve or as a retrosponsor.