In spite of UEFA's stringent Financial Fair Play constraints, the Friedkin Group continues to pour investments into Roma's business ventures.
According to the most recent report from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the team responsible for the club's acquisition in 2020, headed by Dan and Ryan Friedkin, has already injected over €800 million into the club. This hefty sum encompasses the acquisition of the club itself, Roma's delisting from the stock exchange, and the subsequent recapitalization efforts.
The Friedkin duo found themselves grappling with UEFA's notorious settlement agreement, which significantly impacted the club's transfer strategies. Their primary goal was to enhance Roma's prospects of qualifying for Champions League football. Regrettably, this aspiration currently seems like a far-off dream, given Roma's lackluster performance at the start of this season.