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REVEALED: How Much EVERY Premier League Club Will Lose if Season Is Cancelled [Full List]

Manchester United will suffer the biggest financial loss if the 2019-20 Premier League Season is cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis, MySportDab reports. 

Some United fans had hoped for the season to be voided so that Liverpool won’t win first English premier League title in 30 years.

However, it also means the Red Devils will miss out on Champions League football for another whole year.

In total, Manchester United would lose a shocking £116.4million, which might affect their transfer budget this summer.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is already planning for a massive squad overhaul this summer transfer window with Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish to move to Old Trafford.

However, a big loss of cash could seriously affect the budget provided for the Norwegian boss.

Manchester United will lose £48m in TV money, £17.6m in Matchday revenue and £50.8 from commercials.

Also, three Premier League clubs will lose over £100m but the Red Devils would be impacted more.

Rivals Manchester City are the second worst affected with a fall in revenue of £109.3m.

MySportDab understands Liverpool are third on the list with a loss of £102.6m and they would have the highest TV revenue loss of £55.2m.

Other clubs like Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham would also face heavy losses.

At the bottom end of the list, Norwich would lose £19.5m, with Aston Villa, Bournemouth and Watford all under £25m.

The Premier League Season is currently postponed indefinitely as the UK remains in lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.

How Much Every Premier League Club Will Lose – MySportDab

Manchester United:£116.4m

Manchester City:£109.3m

Liverpool:£102.6m

Chelsea FC:£91m

Tottenham: £83m

Arsenal FC:£74.8m

Leicester City: £55.6m

Burnley:£50m

Wolverhampton: £49.1m

Everton: £42.6m

Sheffield Utd:£41.9m

Newcastle:£40.3m

West Ham United:£37.4m

Crystal Palace:£37.1m

Southampton FC:£32.1m

Brighton: £27.9m

Watford: £24.2m

Aston Villa:£24.2m

Bournemouth:£22.1m

Norwich City:£19.5m

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