There are expectations that Manchester United will, today, Wednesday, announce about £420 million revenue and about £23m to £25m as profit for last season. The profit will reveal a dip from the £146.4m profit the club raked in for 2012-13 season, but that was basically due to a one-off tax credit.
The profit margin was tipped by the sales of two identical shirts worldwide. The club’s total revenue has been prospected to hover around £429m to £434m, showing an increase of 18 to 19 per cent. The figure includes, among other expenditures, pay-offs to former manager David Moyes and his coaching crew, but not losses incurred for the club’s failure to qualify for Europe.