English giants Manchester City have announced losses of 126 million pounds for the past season 2019-2020, which was stopped due to the pandemic of cononavirus. The club registered an 11% decrease in revenue for this period, writes Times. They are 478.4 million, but this amount does not include the proceeds from the sale of players, which includes the deal for Leroy Sane, who went to Bayern for an initial amount of 44.7 million.
The management of the "citizens" expects the difficult period to be overcome quickly and to be a plus in the report for the next season. The club forecasts a loss of about 60 million pounds for both seasons. The Premier League season was suspended between March and June 2020, a period without television rights and tickets.
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