Premier League clubs' revenues and wage costs from 2015/16 season Fri, July 14, 2017
Express Sport brings you the Premier League clubs' revenues and wage costs from 2015/16 season. Data according to Deloitte
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Manchester United – Revenue: £515m, Wages: £241m, Wage/revenue: 47 per cent
The Deloitte Annual Review of Football Finance 2017 looked at each club’s finances from the 2015/16 – the most recent season in which complete records are available from the clubs in England’s top four divisions.
The 92 clubs generated a whopping £4.4billion that season, with the Premier League contributing a staggering £3.6bn.
Each Premier League club generated an average £182m in revenue during the 2015/16 season.
Unsurprisingly, Manchester United topped the chart generating £515m, while minnows Bournemouth generating £88m.
But how much did YOUR club generate?
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Figures according to the Deloitte Annual Review