As a result of the launch of the Super League, Olympique Lyonnais is affected on the financial markets.
When yesterday twelve big European clubs (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Juventus Turin, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham) announced the creation of a European Super League, French clubs were forgotten. Yes PSG, requested by the other European leaders to take part in the adventure, opposed an end of inadmissibility, the Olympique Lyonnais was not invited.
No decision is yet final but OL Groupe has already been impacted by the latest announcements. Financial markets reacted and Lyon’s stock price was down (-0.4% at the start of the session, -1.68% currently). Conversely, Juventus action is mounted (+ 6.66%) in recent hours.
As a reminder, the club offers its players to convert 5% to 25% of their salaries into shares until the stadiums reopen, in an attempt to lower its payroll in times of crisis.
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