Manchester United are reportedly on course to lose a whopping £200 million in revenue this year, no thanks to the effects of Covid-19.
This is according to a new report by the Daily Mail, who have cited Vysyble as their source.
The analysis has taken into account, Man United’s financial report from the last quarter of 2020, which shows a £56.1 million increase in debt and a £20.7 million loss in revenue from the first quarter of the year.
The crazy part of the prediction is that it has taken into consideration, the possibility of fans returning to Old Trafford this year, which makes it all the more scary.
But United are not the only ones he’s affected, as the report adds that Premier League clubs are set to lose about £1 billion in all.
This comes after Man United refused to furlough staff during the initial lockdown in the UK, despite the fact that many other clubs across the UK toed that line.