Manchester City’s wealth continues to grow with their success

Manchester City experienced the ultimate success this past season. Following a treble winning season, they pocketed approximately £300m in prize rewards.

As a result, reports claim the City board believe they will break the £700m revenue barrier. Not only would this set a new British record, it would shadow the previous record set by Trafford club, Manchester United.

United have held the British record since 2018-2019 following £627m revenue raked in. Nevertheless, earlier this week United bosses forecast a revenue between £630-£640m for this year.

According to Mike Keegan of the Daily Mail: “Bosses at their neighbours [Manchester City] believe that they will rake in more than £700m on the back of what has been a historic season of success at the Etihad Stadium”.

In addition to prize money, the Blues will earn significant funds from commercial, broadcasting and media. Despite the accomplishment, they are set to miss out on the world record set by Barcelona in 2020.

Simon Bajkowski for MEN states: “Commercially, sales last season were 80 per cent up on the previous campaign”.

Should the reports reflect reality, the Blues would be beating their neighbours both on and off the pitch.

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