Roma released a statement confirming their net financial adjusted debt has risen to €265.6m from March 31, 2021.
The club had been in debt for €253.4m on December 31, 2020.
It is nonetheless a marked improvement from the €300.2m debt the Giallorossi registered on June 30, 2020.
The club was taken over by the Friedkin Group in August 2020, ending seven years of Jim Pallotta’s reign.
Reaching the Europa League semi-final will represent a boost to their finances for next year, as it’s reported to be worth circa €15m in revenue from UEFA.
However, they look set to not only miss out on Champions League qualification, but possibly not qualify for European football at all next season.