Financial Forecast: Burnley's profit down after decreasing turnover

17 September 2019

Burnley
Photo: Getty Images Chairman Mike Garlick (L), here with manager Sean Dyche, looks into a significant drop in the clubs profit before tax in 2018/19.

Last year Burnley reported a record-high pre-tax profit of £45 million. We estimate that with decreasing turnover and profits on player sales, the profit before tax will drop significantly.

Turnover could have looked much better if Burnley had made it to the Europa League group stage.

Here are Burnley's 2018/19 finances predicted.

Mads Christian Fogt Jensen mj@offthepitch.com

After some rather turbulent years with promotions and relegations, Burnley finally seem to have found solid ground in the Premier League, with the fourth consecutive season recently secured by reaching 15th place in the Premier League in the 2018/19 season.

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