Manchester United could lose about £111m according to Swiss Ramble, a football finance guru who has given yet another insight on the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic on clubs.
As it is, UK prime minister Boris Johnson has brought to a halt for now, the return of fans to the stadium with March 2021 said so be a potential return date provided things improve.
If that’s the case, Man United could lose up to £111m in, when broken down further, the Red Devils will lose £47m if their games are play behind closed doors till the end of the year. But that could rise up to £72m by the end of March.
If the situation remains stagnant and the entire season goes on without fans or supporters being able to attend games, United could lose £94m.
When taking a look at United’s performance, depending on whether or not they progress in cup competitions, it might worsen by may losing a whopping £111m in ticket revenue after massive losses at the end of the 2019/20 campaign.