Forest have recorded an operating loss of £25m for the period April 2018 to May 2019.
How? It's not like we've broke the bank on stellar signings.
Edit: Apologies. This does include the £13m spent on Carvalho.
If we lose more than £8m this year, and fail to get promoted, then we will be looking to sell the likes of Cash and Worrall to balance the books........unless Marinakis could "arrange" Carvalho to Olympiacos for £20m+
Post by charliecheswick on Mar 3, 2020 14:12:01 GMT
Not worried about the finances, half of the squad will leave at the end of the season and we've sold a few which will balance the books a bit too. Mind, I'd be surprised if we didn't lose a few if we don't go up regardless of finances.
Not that much of a surprise to me - Grabban, Carvalho, Soudani and Figuerido is probably 25m in fees. - Undoubtedly loan fees were expensive - Our squad size last season was ridiculous in general - We also would have spent a chunk on terminating contracts, including coaching staff.
Think we're in a lot better shape this year. We've trimmed the squad a lot, sold Appiah and not bought anyone of note. We'll reduce the squad size even more in the summer. Easily within the FPL cap I would imagine (39m loss over three years)
End of the day, as long as the Greek is happy to put in 10m per year we're OK. We may need to sell a player every year on top of that but that's what happens when you're not in the top flight