Analyst: Dortmund expected to post €45 million loss for 2019/20

14 August 2020

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Photo: PA Images Frankfurt Main Research noted that, unlike in previous years, Dortmund did not sell any players in the fourth quarter of the year. English talisman Jadon Sancho has been rumoured to be the target of a €120 million bid from Manchester United, but it remains to be seen whether a deal will be struck. 

An analyst expects the club's EBITDA to drop from €116 million to €62.3 million primarily due to costs associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

Dortmund's cash and cash equivalents should fall by more than €40 million.

Turnover is estimated to decline by around €10 million.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Borussia Dortmund (BVB) are expected to record a net loss of €44.9 million for the 2019/20 season as the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic is revealed, according to an analyst at Frankfurt Main Research (FMR). 

The result is down €62.3 million from a net profit of €17.4 million in the 2018/19 season. The analysis, made by head of research at FMR Marcus Silbe, includes player sales.

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