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City are no longer No.2 to United

Manchester City are set to match rivals Manchester United’s financial performance for the first time in decades, thanks to their new kit deal with Puma.

United, having failed to secure a Champions League spot, announced this week that their annual revenue for 2019-20 could drop to RM3.20 billion, a fall of almost RM377 million.

And now it has been revealed that defending Premier League champions City are looking at a similar figure following their new kit deal with Puma worth RM3.5 billion.

In the 2007-08 season, City’s turnover was just RM560 million. Their figures have however shown a tremendous rise since the takeover by Sheik Mansour’s Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008.

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