December 4, 2021

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Manchester United increased their salary bill by 23% with the arrival of Cristiano, Sancho and Varane

Manchester United increased their salary bill by 23% with the arrival of Cristiano, Sancho and Varane

Cristiano’s arrival had an impact not only on the salary bill, but also on the team’s commercial income, which increased by 7.9%.

Manchester United increased their salary bill in the last quarter by 23% to 88.5 million pounds (105 million euros) due to the arrival of Cristiano RonaldoAnd Jadon Sancho And Raphael Varane for the team.

set of ManchesterAnd despite the salary increase by merging these three players, It recorded an increase in revenue of 16.1% to 126.5 million pounds (150 million euros).

This explains the return of the fans to the stadiums this season, as soon as restrictions around Corona virus disease It was removed and the fields were filled to capacity.

Match-day revenue, which covers tickets, the purchase of commercial club products and food consumption on the field, rose to £18.8 million (€22.4 million), a staggering increase of £1.7 million (€2 million) the previous season. When games were played behind closed doors.

What is more, The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo affected not only the salary bill, but also the commercial income of the team, which increased by 7.9% to 64.4 million pounds (76.7 million euros).

The team’s total debts did not change with difficulty and remained at 439.7 million pounds (523 million euros) compared to 440.6 million pounds (524.78 million euros) in the same period of the previous year.

Ed Woodwardvice president Manchester United, stressing that despite the financial results that show “resilience during the pandemic”, the priority remains “success in the field.”

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“The players, the coach and everyone at the club are focused on achieving that goal,” Woodward added.