Everton recorded a record loss due to the pandemic
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English footballer FC Everton recorded a record loss of £ 139.9 million as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. According to the club's management, they lost £ 67.3 million to close the stadium. However, large investments in personnel were also a sign of loss, before the 2019/2020 season they signed new players for 113 million pounds, before this year they spent 70 million on reinforcements.
In addition, they paid £ 20 million to prepare for the construction of the new stadium and spent considerable expenses on coaches. The outgoing Marco Silva traveled 6.6 million, and in December 2019 came Carlo Ancelotti, who signed a lucrative contract for four and a half years. Everton was also in the red last year, when it ended in a negative balance of 111.8 million pounds, the AFP agency reminded.