Juventus falls on the stock market after the departure of English clubs

The shares of Juventus, the only Italian club of the three that have joined the new Super League listed on the Milan Stock Exchange, fell 11.06 percent this Wednesday, after the decision of the six English to leave the competition. However, Andrea Agnelli, president of Juventus, has affirmed that they will continue without them, the ‘Big Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham.

The titles of the club chaired by Andrea Agnelli, who will be the new vice president of the Super League, had closed with a rise of 17.85% last Monday, hours after the unexpected announcement of the new competition, which has received a cascade of criticism since then.

The shares, which already closed lower on Tuesday, have again lost value this morning and at 9.48 local time (8.48 GMT) were at a price of 0.776, with a fall of 11.06 percent.

Juventus FC 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 (which, however, according to Suning sources, is also withdrawing) and Milan, are not listed on the Milan Stock Exchange.