Bayern Munich's profit drops by almost €50 million as club expect losses in the "three-digit million range" without fans

18 December 2020

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Photo: PA Images "Both the sales generated and the fact that we were able to close the past season with a profit can be assessed positively. The reason for this is not least the outstanding success that our team has achieved," said chief executive officer Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

The German club's turnover including player sales fell significantly from the record of €750 million set the season prior.

But as a series of other international heavyweights posted massive losses, the treble winning year resulted in a healthy profit for the Bavarians.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

The 2019/20 season saw Bayern Munich's profit drop significantly mainly due to the coronavirus pandemic even as the Bavarians secured a historic treble consisting of the greatest national and international trophies.

Turnover including player sells fell to €698 million from the record figure of €750.4 million set the season prior – but that is still one of the highest in world football only bested by Real Madrid (€714.9 million) and Barcelona (€855 million).

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