Manchester United have reported record revenues of £433.2million for last season but expect these to drop by more than £40million as a result of failing to qualify for Europe.
The annual figures also show that the club made a £23.8million profit and paid out £5.2million in compensation payments to sacked manager David Moyes and some members of his coaching team.
The results also report that United expects "revenue to be £385million to £395million" for the 2014/15 season, a drop of around 10 per cent.
United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward hailed the growth in revenues and the potential impact of recent signings including Radamel Falcao and Angel di Maria.
Woodward said in a statement: "We are very proud of the results achieved in fiscal year 2014 as we once again generated record revenues.
"With Louis van Gaal at the helm as manager, and the recent signing of some of the world's leading players to further strengthen our squad, we are very excited about the future and believe it's the start of a new chapter in the club's history.
"Louis' footballing philosophy fits very well with Manchester United and he has an impressive track record of success throughout his career, winning league titles with every club he has managed."
United's wage bill rose 19 per cent to £214.8million, an increase of £34.3million "primarily due to the impact of player acquisitions and renegotiated player contracts", according to the annual report.
The figures reveal United's sponsorship income increased by 49 per cent last year with a number of new deals coming on stream.
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