La Gazzetta dello Sport maintain that the Allianz Stadium generated over 60 million euro in the Portuguese player's first season in Italy with a 40% lift in income.
Despite the disappointment of midweek Champions League elimination at the hands of Ajax, the first season for Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus has been a positive one from the economists point of view amid reports circulating suggesting that the striker will not see out his four year deal with the Serie A side.
Today La Gazzetta dello Sport report how the cost of acquiring the Portuguese star will be covered in just two years with the Juventus owned Allianz Stadium delivering an increase of 40% in revenue which approximates to over 60 million euro for the Turin based side this season. Cristiano Ronaldo moved from Real Madrid to Juve in July 2018 for a fee of 117 million euro.
Juventus' Allianz Stadium is one of the few Serie A grounds owned by the football club with the bulk of the stadiums being owned by local council with the club's acting as tennants. The 41,507 capacity ground also houses the club museum, mega-store and a number of restaurants which have all enjoyed an uplift in footfall which many attribute to the arrival of Cristiano in the Northern Italian city.