Man United reports wider third quarter loss after tough season

10-07-2024 03:03 PM

Ammon News - Manchester United (MANU.N) will raise ticket prices by about 5% for the upcoming soccer season, the club said on Wednesday, after reporting a sharply higher net loss for the third quarter following a tough season in the Premier League.

The Old Trafford club reported a net loss of 71.4 million pounds ($91.4 million) for the three months ended March 31, compared with a loss of 5.6 million pounds a year earlier.

It plans to cut about 250 jobs as part of a club-wide redundancy programme, the club confirmed on Wednesday.

After a tough season in which the 20-time English champions finished in eighth place in the Premier League - the lowest showing since the League's formation - United has been reviewing all aspects of the club's activities.

United now expects annual revenue of about 660 million pounds, compared with an earlier range of 635 million to 665 million, and adjusted core profit of about 140 million pounds, against an earlier range of 125 million to 150 million.


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