Arsenal to post first financial loss since 2002
11 June 2019
Failure to qualify for the Champions League means Arsenal will post losses for the 2018/19 season - for the first time in 17 years.
Profits from player sales to fall by over £100 million in next set of accounts.
Arsenal are set for a financial double blow next season - posting losses for the first time since 2002 and slipping behind Tottenham in the revenue league table.
The Gunners’ accounts for the 2018/19 season are set to produce a substantial loss for two main reasons - Arsenal played again in the Europa League rather than the more lucrative Champions League, plus the club saw a massive fall in player trading profit.
The results is expected to be released in the New Year.