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Premier League clubs to lose huge sum of money if crucial decision is made

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Premier League clubs are about to have major financial losses if the season is decided to be cancelled.

The 2019/20 season has already been suspended due to cornavirus pandemic and the future of the current campaign is still uncertain.

A financial analysis by Sportsmail shows how much losses the clubs will have if the Premier League season is cancelled.

The biggest part of ‘missing’ income will be TV cash, with serial loss-making Everton standing to miss out on a further £32.2m, Crystal Palace £31.9m and Brighton £23.9m, based on their league positions when season was suspended. Sheffield United would also take a particularly hard TV hit, losing £38.8m.

The biggest loss will be one for Manchester United, as they are set to lose £116.4m, the second place is their neighbour club Manchester City’s with over than £109m. And the third place is for league leaders Liverpool, with the loss over £102m.

Here is the list of Premier League clubs’ losses, if the current season is cancelled:


Source- Daily Mail

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