Though Manchester United missed out on broadcast money and match day income, having failed to qualify for the champions league, they could break records in 2016.
Manchester United were expected to reveal a sharp decrease earned from TV last season, following Moyes’ disastrous season in charge.
Despite the club reporting a decrease in broadcast money and matchday income, they still have a really fat purse thanks to sponsorship deals.
Crucially, the 20-time Premier League champions have also confirmed they expect total revenue of between Â£500m and Â£510m for the 2016 fiscal year, which would be a club record.
Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said: “As we look to the new season, we are enthusiastic about our strong position, both on and off the pitch.
“In recent weeks we have further strengthened our squad with an exciting mix of experience and youth, qualified for the group stage of the Champions League, and seen an impressive launch of our partnership with Adidas.
“Our record revenue and EBITDA guidance for 2016 reflects the underlying strength of our business and our confidence in its continued growth.”