The Italian Serie A came to an end after an interesting season. It was a league that AC Milan dominated especially in the second phase of the season. It completed the season as the league winners with 86 points just 2 above their neighbours, Inter Milan who finished with 84. From that win, Milan have taken home a huge amount of money.
Inter Milan received its first Serie A title in 11 years and therefore received a prize of €23.4 millions. This is equivalent to Ksh 2,911,075,321 Billions. This is according to the current currency exchange rate which is ksh 124 per Euro. At second place is Inter Milan which will pocket €19.4 million which is equivalent to ksh 2.413 Billions.
Napoli at third place will receive €16.8 millions which is equal to ksh 2.09 Billions. Juventus completed at fourth place and took home €14.2M which is equivalent to ksh 1.76 Billions. At 5th place is Lazio which was awarded €12.5M which is equivalent to ksh 1.55 Billions. Jose Mourihno's squad, Roma finished in sixth place and was awarded €10.9M which is equal to ksh 1.356 Billions.
At the bottom of the table, Cagliari, Genoa and Venezia have been relegated. Cagliari at 18th place will take home €2.2M which is equivalent to ksh 273 millions. Genoa at 19th place have been awarded €1.6M which is equal to ksh 199 millions. In the last position is Venezia which was awarded €0.9M which is equivalent to ksh 111 millions.
Below is the official prize money list.
Therefore, AC Milan who are the winners took home Kenyan Shillings 2,911,075,321 Billions which is a good cash prize.
Congratulations AC Milan and each team in the Serie A.
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