Success in Last Season, MU Raup Untung Rp 10 Trillion

Success in Last Season, MU Raup Untung Rp 10 Trillion

2016/2017 season can be called as the moment of revival of Manchester United (MU). After drowning from the competition in a few seasons, MU finally re-success won a prestigious title.

Jose Mourinho’s presence became a turning point in Manchester United’s performance. Equipped with the arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba, and Henrikh Mkitaryan, MU also appear quite satisfactory in some competitions.

The disappointment of failing to finish in the top four of the Premier League standings was not too thoughtful. The reason, they are able to get a fairly comparable replacement. Yes, the total MU collect three titles in the last season, namely Community Shield, League Cup England, and Europa League.

Not only in terms of achievement, positive impacts obtained MU also looks financially. Unexpectedly, they were able to score a fantastic record in revenue last season.

They made a profit before tax of 39.2 million pounds with net debt reduced by 47.8 million pounds (18.3%) to 213.1 million pounds. If totaled, they make a profit of up to 581.2 million pounds (Rp 10.3 trillion).

“We ended the successful 2016/2017 season with a total of three trophies and returned to the Champions League.This year we saw a record earnings of more than 581 million pounds and reached a record EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) of 199.8 million pounds, “said Deputy Chief Executive of the United, Ed Woodward.

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With that much profit, massive investment made MU was not wasted. As is known, spending MU in two editions of the transfer market last summer is very large.

In the summer of 2016, they spend up to 163 million pounds (Rp 2.9 trillion). In the summer of 2017, their spending on players spending reached 143.4 million pounds (Rp 2.5 trillion).

The cost is used by MU to buy top players such as Romelu Lukaku, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Paul Pogba, Victor Lindelof, and Nemanja Matic. If you look at the MU game charts in 2017/2018 season, it is quite possible they will set a record income again.

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