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Just looking at Roma's list, Florenzi needs to have a word, and I guess he will be during this season
 

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huh a RB / Zuniga gets 3,2m a year at Napoli

The season before he got 800k :confused:
 

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Wage bills in Serie A:
Juventus €118m
Roma €98m
Milan €94m
Inter and Napoli €70m
Fiorentina €56m
Lazio €55.1m
Palermo €30m
Sampdoria and Sassuolo €28m
Genoa €27.4m
Torino €27m
Udinese €26m
Atalanta €24m
Parma and Verona €20.5m
Chievo 18.3m
Cagliari €16m
Cesena €11.2m
Empoli €11m.

(GDS)
 

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A few 13/14 numbers (full list http://i0.wp.com/farm8.staticflickr.com/7309/9706085895_05fc3d2c96_o.jpg).

Rube 115
Milan 105
Inter 95
Roma 92,5
Napoli 74,1
Lazio 62
Fiorentina 60,5

So Inter cuts their wages by over 25%, yet could still not afford even a half-decent mercato. That little Indo hobbit and his gang of incompetent stooges are sure doing a fine job.

Other than Inters big drop, it doesnt seem all that different from last season, apart form a few teams, most are the same +/- 5~ million, most have dropped though.

Overall the league went from €912 to €849 million. Resurgence of Serie A :D.
 

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Coaches:

Rafa Benitez, Napoli - €3.5m
Walter Mazzarri, Inter - €3.3m
Rudi Garcia, Roma - €2.8m
Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus - €2.4m
Pippo Inzaghi, Milan - €1.5m
Vincenzo Montella, Fiorentina - €1.4m
Sinisa Mihajlovic, Sampdoria - €1.2m
Stefano Colantuono, Atalanta - €900,000
Gian Piero Gasperini, Genoa - €800,000
Giampiero Ventura, Torino - €800,000
Andrea Stramaccioni, Udinese - €800,000
Beppe Iachini, Palermo - €700,000
Robero Donadoni, Parma - €700,000
Eusebio Di Francesco, Sassuolo - €700,000
Andrea Mandorlini, Verona - €650,000
Stefano Pioli, Lazio - €600,000
Zdenek Zeman, Cagliari - €500,000
Pierpaolo Bisoli, Cesena - €400,000
Eugenio Corini, Chievo - €400,000
Maurizio Sarri, Empoli - €300,000

Mazzarri earns more than any Inter player, its a pretty crazy salary for a coach who has achieved absolutely nothing in his career tbh.
 

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Borriello still in top 10 :palm:

Old Rafa stealing a living
 

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Why has Boriello dropped from 4m to 3,5m? I can't remember him signing a new deal with Roma and even if I've remember I have a hard time seing Sabatini being stupid enough to give him something close to 3,5m right now.
 

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lol Borriello earning 3.5m :googly:.

Milan really has alot of trash earning 2m+ who shouldnt be earning half that.
 

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Why has Boriello dropped from 4m to 3,5m? I can't remember him signing a new deal with Roma and even if I've remember I have a hard time seing Sabatini being stupid enough to give him something close to 3,5m right now.
It is still the same contract offered to him by Rosella - it decreases to 3.5 in the last year. She masterfully negotiated that bit. What a steal. :wallbang:

Look how happy she was

 

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de rossi the highest paid player in the league, LOL.
 

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Milan chopped their wages by 10% to 94 million (according to recent reports), despite the new signings. Still... a lot of work to be done. Mexes and Essien alone constitute 6.5 million in wages... or a further 7% reduction if both were released.

So what trash do we have earning 2+ million? Diego Lopez, Alex, De Jong, El Shaarawy? Sure, one could say Muntari, Mexes and Essien... but I doubt two of those three will be here beyond next season.

Man looking at Inter's list of players... they sure are stretched thin this season.
 

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Yeah Mexes&Essien come out of contract next season/summer so most likely both may be gone:smileani:.I didn't think Muntari was actually on a huge contract really:pp.
 

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Clearly juve in a world of their own, Roma/Milan close 2nd.
Then 3rd level inter/Napoli, and 4th class Lazio/Fiorentina.

I think Inter, Lazio and Milan somehow need to do better with the finances they pay. Napoli is lot better then inter with as much resource, same for roma/milan ( roma > milan) and lazio/fiorentina ( fiorentina > lazio).
 

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Inter let go of too many players this summer they simply did not replace. And the loaning of Alvarez and Botta with no reinforcement is inexplicable.

Juve is seeing their team age and I am predicting they are nearing the end of a cycle.
 
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