Man Utd send major warning to Chelsea and Tottenham with true cost of Champions League failure

The benefits of qualilfying for the Champions League are there for all to see as Man Utd’s Europa League campaign shows huge downturn in revenue at Old Trafford 

If Chelsea and Tottenham needed any further confirmation that qualifying for the Champions League next season is imperative, they need only look at Manchester United.

Chelsea, meanwhile, are well off the pace, 11 points behind Spurs having played just one game fewer. It is set to be a thrilling end to the campaign to see who can reach the Champions League group stages for the 2023/24 season.

And everyone connected with Spurs will be hoping for a good end to the campaign to hold on to that fourth spot. The financial benefits are there for all to see.

Manchester United have released their financial results for the quarter for the three months to December 31 and it should act as a warning to Spurs and Chelsea, about reaching the promised land of the top four season after season.

Untied were in the Europa League this campaign and their financial results show just how important Champions League football is to clubs. Revenue at Old Trafford was down £167.3million, which will mainly be down to the differing European competition they were in compared to the year before. That is a 10% decrease year-on-year.


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