Newcastle United have continued to make profits despite declining results in recent seasons and the fallout from the Corona pandemic last year.
Figures from the Transfermarkt site show Newcastle United have a market value of € 245m, and Alain Saint-Maximan is the team’s most valuable player at € 30m, followed by England’s Callum Wilson and from his colleague Joe Willock with 22 million each.
The club came third in 2003 in the Premier League and fifth the following season, to compete in the European Champions League for two consecutive years, but fell into relegation at the end of the 2009 season, only to return after one season, but are fell back in 2016 before returning.
In 1999, Newcastle United were in fifth place in financial income among clubs in the world with 49million pounds, falling to 17th in the world in 2015, despite the increase in financial income to 143million pounds.
Newcastle made nearly € 201m in financial income, according to Deloitte, at the end of the 2017-18 season, meaning they were in eighth place in earnings among all Premier clubs. League and thirteenth in terms of expenses, with a net profit of 27 million euros.