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Manchester City revenue tops £500m and profit soars

15 September 2018

After losing their first two matches on their Premier League return, Fulham bounced back by beating Burnley and draw at Brighton and Hove Albion.

City, whose 2016-17 revenue stood at £473.4 million (A$863.09 million), have become only the second English club to break the £500 million barrier (A$911.59 million) after Manchester United in 2016 - a feat their neighbours repeated past year by bringing in £581.2 million (A$1.06 billion). "And I said, "When there is trouble, he will be there".

Manchester City right-back Danilo is back in full training after recovering from the foot injury that kept him out of the World Cup.

"I don't think he has a release clause".

Thanks Etisalat UAE, we've needed something to take the piss out of City for, we just didn't want it to come with this much cringe. "In football mistakes exist, but I really care about our quantity of mistakes".

"We will choose what we believe is the best way for us to have the opportunity to win the game". He's taught me to stick to a more determined zone and wait for the ball to get to me to give us the upper hand.

Pep Guardiola paid tribute to the midfielder, who is now sidelined with a knee injury, in a recent interview with Universo Valdano. I was delighted to have two weeks watching them.

The world's most expensive footballer is now Neymar, who cost Paris Saint-Germain £198million when he joined from Barcelona last summer.

"Our aim is obviously to build on the achievements of the past year".

On the third and fourth place will be Manchester United and Chelsea.

"The important thing in that case is that we feel [Sterling] wants to stay and he knows we want him to stay longer".

Manchester City revenue tops £500m and profit soars