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Manchester City set for record £700M revenue mark after historic treble winning campaign



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Manchester City are hopeful of hitting the £700 million revenue mark after winning the Champions League en route to a historic treble, as per a new report.

Pep Guardiola’s men collected their maiden Champions League honour with a 1-0 final win over Inter in Istanbul, with Rodri clinching European glory for the men in blue.

City made it three Premier League titles in a row and their fifth in six seasons under Guardiola as well as claiming their second FA Cup title under the Catalan with a 2-1 triumph over rivals Manchester United in the final at Wembley.

The treble winners have already added Mateo Kovacic to their ranks from Chelsea following Ilkay Gundogan‘s departure to Barcelona and are set to finalise the signing of RB Leipzig defender Josko Gvardiol this week.

Aymeric Laporte is expected to end a five-and-a-half year spell at the Etihad Stadium as questions remain on the future(s) of Riyad Mahrez and Bernardo Silva, who are attracting interest from various clubs abroad.

It has been a hugely successful campaign on the pitch for the seven-time Premier League champions, who are set to reap the rewards financially for their footballing prowess this year like never before.

Mike Keegan of the Daily Mail reports that City are hopeful of surpassing the £700 million revenue mark from broadcast, media and commercial deals following a monumental season.

The Blues are set to overtake the previously set record of £627 million by Manchester United from the 2018/19 season but would still fall short of Barcelona’s £726 million barrier prior to their financial restraints.

City’s Champions League victory was worth £113 million alone and the club are expected to benefit from the European success well beyond the reporting year – ending in July.