Premier League club Manchester United will not pay a dividend to shareholders after announcing a net loss of £26.5m (€30.9m/$32.5m) for the three months to the end of September this year.
In the first financial results published since it was announced last month that the Glazer family would consider selling the club, the board of directors said the semi-annual dividend which has been paid to shareholders since 2015 would not be paid this year.
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