Monday 24 July 2017

Man United revenue on course to exceed half a billion pounds

Manchester United's Chris Smalling in action with Tottenham's Christian Eriksen
Manchester United's Chris Smalling in action with Tottenham's Christian Eriksen

English Premier League soccer club Manchester United raised its full-year revenue and profit forecast for 2016-17 as it prepares for the Europa League final next week.

United - whose best known players include Paul Pogba and Wayne Rooney - said it expected to report full-year revenue between £560m-£570m, better than its previous forecast of between £530m-£540m.

The club also increased its forecast for earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amoritisation to £185m-£195m for 2016-17.

Its previous forecast was for a figure of between £170m and £180m.

Irish Independent

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