Juventus came third in the transparency index report of clubs that participated in the Champions League, but Inter, Roma and especially Napoli did far worse.
The Bianconeri proudly pointed out their status in the Dyntra (Dynamic Transparency Index) rankings for top European clubs, as they were third behind Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Juve’s transparency was rated at 54.35 per cent out of 92 indicators, involving issues such as Institutional Transparency, Communication and Relationship with the Fans and the Public, Economic-Financial Transparency and Contracting Services.
However, the other Italians were considerably lower down in the ranking, as Inter came in 14th on a par with Liverpool at a score of 26.09 per cent, while Roma were 16th on 23.91 per cent.
Napoli came all the way down in 21st position on 17.39 per cent, the same as Bayern Munich.
Their Economic-Financial Transparency and Contracting of Services status was 0.