Premier League revenues soar but clubs still make a loss

Premier League clubs posted record revenues of £3.6bn in 2015-16, but still struggled to make a profit.

The 20 top-flight English teams made a pre-tax loss of £110m, after two consecutive seasons in the black, according to figures from Deloitte.

Clubs saw increased player expenditure, operating costs and one-off charges.

The two Manchester clubs’ revenues increased by a total of £160m – roughly half of the total revenue growth recorded

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