Brighton, an English Premier League team, reports a USD 154 million profit

For the 2022–23 season, Premier League team Brighton reported an after-tax profit of GBP 122.8 million (USD 154.4 million) on Tuesday.

Following the sales of elite players such Alexis Mac Allister, Yves Bissouma, and Marc Cucurella, as well as payments to former manager Graham Potter, who was appointed by Chelsea in September 2022, the profit for that year increased to GBP 24.1 million (USD 30.3 million).

Due to the fact that Moises Caicedo and Robert Sanchez’s signings to Chelsea were finalised after the reporting period, Brighton claimed that their accounts did not reflect any further significant sales.
Sanchez reportedly cost USD 32 million, while Caicedo’s move may have been valued up to USD 146 million.
Brighton’s statistics were further enhanced by its highest-ever Premier League position of sixth and their FA Cup quarterfinal advancement.

Paul Barber, the chief executive and deputy chairman of Brighton, stated, “We now have a very solid platform to continue to make significant progress on the pitch, by investing in our squad.”

Brighton reported a club-high turnover of GBP 204.5 million (about USD 257 million). All Blacks vs Fiji live stream

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