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Juventus strike sponsorship oil  (Saturday 26 March, 2005)

The Juventus club coffers have been boosted by a £76m deal with Tamoil, making them the top earning European side from shirt sponsorship.

The Turin giants have signed a five-year contract with the petrol company to sponsor their shirts in all competitions from July 2005, expanding on their current agreement on Champions’ League and Coppa Italia jerseys.

Libyan company Tamoil also have an option to extend the deal for another five years for an extra £90m should the co-operation be deemed successful.

Currently, the Serie A leaders’ shirts are sponsored by Sky Sport Italia in the League and ensure Juve are the European club with the highest income from shirt sponsorship.

According to Sporteconomy, the Bianconeri will earn £15.2m per season, considerably more than second-placed Bayern Munich’s annual income of £11.7m from T-Mobile. Siemens provide Real Madrid with £9.7m per season, while Manchester United pick up £9m from Vodafone.

Three of the top ten shirt sponsorship earners hail from Serie A, with Milan in ninth place and Inter closing the list.

channel4.com

Weitere Quelle: http://www.sporteconomy.it/

:eek: Ziemlich mächtiger Vertrag, nicht schlecht. Auch wenn ich TAMOIL etwas skeptisch gegenüberstehe...

edit: Sind natürlich 76 Mio. Pfund, nicht €! Kann das in der Themenbeschreibung leider nicht ändern...

Edited by -Tom

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Oil cash funds Cassano move? 

Sunday 27 March, 2005

Juve have hinted that they could use the money from a new sponsorship deal to fund their summer bid for Antonio Cassano.

The club coffers were given a massive boost this week when it was announced that Libyan company Tamoil has signed on to pay £76m over the next five years to sponsor their shirts in all competitions. There is also an option to extend for a further five seasons at a cost of £90m.

Last summer saw a more cautious transfer approach from the Turin giants due to financial worries, so this sudden influx of fresh money will prompt them to bring in the top stars.

“We won’t go mad,” insisted director general Luciano Moggi. “Juventus will only bring in useful players to improve the squad.”

One such player is Antonio Cassano, who has been linked to the club ever since Fabio Capello took charge in May 2004.

Cassano has also pushed these rumours along by repeatedly confessing his admiration for the Coach and that he “misses him every day a little bit more.”

The uncertainty at Roma, who are on their fourth tactician of the campaign, and the fact he has yet to start serious renegotiations for a contract that expires in 2006 makes this summer a crucial stage in the young starlet’s career.

Real Madrid are also interested in the Italian international, but there can be no doubting his favoured destination should be finally break it off with the side that signed him for £20m in 2001.

"He is a player who has grown up a lot in recent times," said Juve goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon this week. "He’s a lot more disciplined than he was at Euro 2004. He would be perfect for Juventus and could win the Golden Ball with our help.”

Quelle

War klar, dass das kommt ;)

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nicht schlecht. da ist sicher einiges an kleingeld in der kriegskasse. hmm villeicht bleibt zambrotta dann doch bei euch.

Hoffentlich! Das ist einer jener "Unersätzlichen", die Juve hat... :nervoes:

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Zambrotta wird und wäre auch ohne dem neuen Sponsorvertrag geblieben. An diesem Gerücht ist vermutlich genauso viel dran wie an dem von BUffon zu Real Madrid.

Ein ganz ein starker Satz, mit dem Moggi zu 100% Recht hat:

We won’t go mad,” insisted director general Luciano Moggi. “Juventus will only bring in useful players to improve the squad.”

:super: Hat man auch letzten Sommer gesehen. Cannavaro, Emerson, Ibrahimovic gehören zusammen mit Camoranesi, Thuram und Zambrotta zu den besten Spielern in dieser Saison. Auch ein Zebina spielt seine bisher beste Saison in Italien.

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Zambrotta wird und wäre auch ohne dem neuen Sponsorvertrag geblieben. An diesem Gerücht ist vermutlich genauso viel dran wie an dem von BUffon zu Real Madrid.

das glaub ich nicht denn chelsea hat im gegensatz zu real das geld von dem sie immer reden und bei den gebotenen 35 mio. wäre ein verkauf sehr wohl möglich gewesen.

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das glaub ich nicht denn chelsea hat im gegensatz zu real das geld von dem sie immer reden und bei den gebotenen 35 mio. wäre ein verkauf sehr wohl möglich gewesen.

Wo hasst du die 35 Mio. € her?

Habe nämlich im Transferthread gesagt, das Zambro für mich fast unverkäuflich ist, doch wenn Chelsea 40 Mio. € bietet können sie ihn ungern, aber doch haben.

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also die seite weiß ich nicht mehr aber es wird eine von den üblichen gewesen sein. auch in den anderen foren war von der summe die rede. wie verläßlich das ist weiß ich nicht aber chelsea hat für schlechtere spieler schon viel mehr bezahlt (in relation) auch unter maurinho. daher kann ich mir sehr gut vorstellen dass es stimmt.

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