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Thursday October 25 2018
Investors increase Juventus stake

British fund Lindsell Train has increased its stake in Juventus to 11.3 per cent, becoming the biggest shareholder after the Agnelli family.

Despite a €19m loss for 2017-18, the share price of the Turin club has climbed in the wake of the Cristiano Ronaldo signing, up 27 per cent on last year.

That gives the club a total market value of around €1bn, with shares currently trading at €0.9485, a figure which was as high as €1.813 in recent weeks.

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Monday July 16 2018
Fiat-Ronaldo strike ‘complete flop’

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles claims strike action against Juventus’ signing of Cristiano Ronaldo was ‘a complete flop’.

A trade union for FCA workers announced last week that its members would go on strike for two days over Ronaldo’s ‘unacceptable’ €112m transfer to Juve.

It came as some of that fee is likely to be paid through sponsorships by the club’s parent company Exor, which owns the car manufacturer.

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Wednesday July 11 2018
Fiat workers strike over Ronaldo

An Italian trade union has announced that Fiat workers at its Melfi plant down south will go on strike over Cristiano Ronaldo’s €105m transfer to Juventus.

It is thought some of that fee will be paid through sponsorships by Juve’s parent company Exor, which owns the likes of FIAT and Ferrari, prompting a furious backlash from the Unione Sindacale di Base.

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Monday March 30 2015
Fiat drop Italy sponsorship?

Frosty relations between Juventus’ ownership and the Italian national team continue, with reports Fiat will drop its sponsorship of the Azzurri.

There has been open warfare between the Bianconeri and Italy CT Antonio Conte in recent days following Claudio Marchisio’s injury.

The midfielder was diagnosed with a cruciate ligament injury by Azzurri medics, and sent back to Turin, his season apparently over.

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Thursday July 31 2014
Juve confirm Fiat renewal

Juventus have confirmed that they have renewed their sponsorship deal with Fiat until 2021.

The Bianconeri have been sponsored by their parent company since 2012, with the current deal set to expire in 2015.

However, the club have revealed this afternoon that they have penned an extension for a further six years, that will see the club earn €17m per season.

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