Manchester United’s revenue has fallen behind Manchester City for the first time EVER.
City’s revenues out-stripped those of neighbours United by more than £73million last season – according to newly-published figures.
Pep Guardiola led his team to a third Premier League title in four years in the 2020/21 season –while also taking them to the Champions League final.
And those were key factors in City recording operating revenues of £537m for last season – a jump of around 17 per cent on the previous 12 month period.
It also dwarfed the £464m brought in through broadcast, match day and commercial income across town at Old Trafford.
The report was produced by consultants KPMG, reports The Sun.