MAnkester City is just the second English club in history to exceed £ 500 million in annual revenue.
Premier League champions today released their accounts for 2017/18, with sales of £ 500.50 million, an increase of 44 percent in five years and an almost six-fold increase in the ten seasons since the purchase of Arab billionaire Sheikh Mansour.
It leaves City – who became the first English club to accumulate 100 points in a single season under Pep Guardiola last season – and behind Manchester United (£ 581 million) in the Premier League elite.
City is also only the fifth club in Europe, after United achieved annual sales of 500 million pounds – publish their results 2017/18 on Tuesday in the week – Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
The Manchester Club also made a profit of £ 10.4 million, the fourth season in which the club has run, has returned a profit after high losses in the early possession of the Sheikh.