Financial Forecast: Wolves set to gain a much-needed profit

20 September 2019

Wolves Fosun
Photo: Getty Images The Chinese owner of Wolves, Fosun Group, can be satisfied with a much-needed profit in the West Midlands club. Here it is Guo Guangchang, chairman of Fosun International Limited, and Jeff Shi executive chairman of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Following an accumulated three-year loss of £73 million, Wolves are expected to gain a big profit before tax in 2018/19.

Here are Wolverhampton Wanderers' 2018/19 finances predicted.

Mads Christian Fogt Jensen, analyst mj@offthepitch.com

Wolves enjoyed an impressive first season back in the Premier League, finishing seventh in the league, which itself is quite remarkable. No such performance has been achieved since Ipswich, as a newly promoted club, finished fifth in the 2000/01 season. Besides that, the seventh place secured Wolves a spot in the Europa League qualifiers. 

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