Juventus’ board of directors cost the club just over €4 million, including the wages of the two members that are also employees of the club. Unrivaled is the CEO Marotta who earns €2.6 million in total. It’s interesting to know that Juventus’ “landlord”, the president Agnelli, earns €450,337 plus an adviser allowance worth €25,000 and some non-monetary benefits such as the car. This is what emerges from a report published by the club anticipating the general shareholders meeting which will be held on October 25 at the Juventus Stadium in Turin.
Behind Mr. Agnelli, who also personally owns 38,565 shares, there is Juventus’ legend Pavel Nedved. The vice-president of the bianconeri collects €366,901 plus a car. Just off the podium is Juventus’ chief financial officer (CFO) Aldo Mazzia who earns €300,461 plus a €78,000 bonus.
Among the 12 members of Juventus’ board of directors in position number 5 we find the president of the Juventus museum, a special assignment reserved for Paolo Garimberti. In the official document released by the club it is highlighted that Mr. Garimberti earns €20,263 per year plus a car. The rest of Juventus’ board of directors are dividing €300,000 (25,000 per person) that the assembly has allocated for them.
To the above mentioned Juventus’ board of directors compensation we must also add the compensation for those participating into the committees: Maurizio Arrivabene cashed in €6,600 in a year, Garimberti €21,700, Assia Grazioli Venier €16,700, Caitlin Mary Hughes €6,700, and Daniela Marilungo €10,000.