Inter Milan and AC Milan have reduced the gap between themselves and Juventus in terms of club value.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, Juve remains the Serie A club with the highest value on the market.

The source estimates the Bianconeri’s worth to be around 1.7 billion euros.

On the other hand, the two Derby della Madonnina rivals complete the podium with almost similar valuations.

Milan are reportedly worth 1.436 billion, while Inter are right behind at 1.424 billion.

Nevertheless, the pink newspaper notes that the Nerazzurri and Rossoneri have done well to gain ground on the Old Lady.

As the report reveals, Inter was only worth 400 million euros when Suning first took over the club in 2016.

During the time, the Nerazzurri were struggling on the pitch while Juventus were at the peak of their powers.

But as the source explains, Juve’s demise in recent years has coincided with the revival of Inter, and to a lesser degree, Milan.

The Nerazzurri have won two Serie A titles over the past four seasons and reached the final of the Champions League last term.

The source also explains the five factors taken into account when calculating the clubs’ values.

Inter Milan & AC Milan Reduce The Gap With Juventus In Terms Of Club Value

These are profitability, popularity, sporting potential (squad value), their shares from TV rights and owned stadiums.

Obviously, the Allianz Stadium remains a key factor that plays in Juve’s favor. On the other hand, uncertainty still reigns when it comes to the new stadium of Inter and Milan.

The Nerazzurri have identified Rozzano as their new home, while the Rossoneri could build their own ground in San Donato.

However, renovating the San Siro remains an option on the table.