Juventus pride themselves on being as transparent as possible, and as it has paid off, after Dyntra’s latest report has seen the Bianconeri sit in the top three rankings for the latest transparency index report, behind Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The report was formulated after analyzing the transparency of all 32 Football Clubs that participated in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage.
The objective of the index is to encourage European Football clubs to become more transparent: focusing on four main categories: Institutional Transparency, Communication and Relationship with the Fans and the Public, Economic-Financial Transparency, and Contracting Services.
Juventus are one of only three clubs to pass the 50% mark (54.35% to be exact) of Communication and Relationship, while Real Madrid is considered the most transparent of football clubs with a score of 77.17%.
Here’s the breakdown of Juventus’ transparency ranking:
Institutional Transparency: 52%
Economic-Financial Transparency: 61%
Communication and Relationship with Fans and Public: 56%
Contracting of services: 40%