Juventus have enjoyed a share price jump after it was confirmed they were part of the European Super League breakaway.
Juve's shares have risen 6 per cent, 0.82 euros. This has allowed them to recover levels from the beginning of March.
Also the shares of Manchester United have recorded a rise, although only by 1 per cent to 13.68 euros.
Even so, their price at 18.7 per cent below the highs of the year that marked at the beginning of March at 16.80 euros.
According to some sources, US bank JP Morgan Chase has agreed to finance the project together with Key Capital, a company linked to Borja Prado, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez's regular business partner.