Financial Forecast: Arsenal set for first loss since 2002

13 September 2019

Arsenal Kroenke
Photo: Getty Images Owner Stan Kroenke (R) and chairman Chips Keswick (L) must be disappointed that 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.

Failure to qualify for the Champions League means Arsenal will post a loss - for the first time in 17 years

Here are Arsenal's 2018/19 finances predicted.

Magnus Albertsen, analyst

When Arsenal release their 2018/19 accounts, they’ll be in the red for the first time since 2002 in terms of pre-tax profit. The profit of £70.2 million in 2017/18 will inevitably be turned into a loss largely due to no profit on player sales in 2018/19

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