Man United put a figure to Covid-19 financial loses

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Manchester United say the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has cost them an initial £28 million – and they expect the final figure to be far higher.

United revealed their third-quarter results to March 31 on Thursday.

Chief financial officer Cliff Baty said they would hand back £20 million in TV revenue to broadcasters even if the Premier League season was completed.

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