The actions of the Juventus, the only Italian club of the three that have joined the new European Football Super League listed on the Stock Exchange of Milan, have shot up 18% this Monday after the announcement of this new competition.
The titles of the club chaired by Andrea Agnelli, who will be the new vice president of the Super League, have closed with a rise of 17.85% and at a price of 0.911 euros, compared to 0.773 euros on Friday.
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The shares have remained on the rise throughout the session and have grown more markedly from 10.40 local (8.40 GMT), just over an hour and a half after the start of trading.
“The CLUBS (R. Madrid, City and Chelsea) must LEAVE and I hope that happens on FRIDAY. Then we will see how to finish the CHAMPIONS” (Via Reuters)
‼ ️ Watch out for Jesper Moller (UEFA executive committee)!
This NIGHT at 12h program of @elchiringuitotv with FLORENTINO pic.twitter.com/KA0Vf61CGI
– El Chiringuito TV (@elchiringuitotv) April 19, 2021
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Juventus currently has a market capitalization of 1,027 million and an asset volume of 11.4 million euros. The other two Italian clubs that are part of the new European Super League, Inter Milan and AC Milan, are not listed on the Milan Stock Exchange.
MBRO OF THE #UEFA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
“I hope that Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester City are banned from playing in the semifinals. pic.twitter.com/l8jh3rTwCc – Ricardo Murguía (@RICARDOMURGUIA) April 19, 2021