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Real Madrid profits increase, revenues stabilise

Real Madrid has registered its second-highest profit in the past two decades, despite marginal increases in revenue amid one of the worst seasons on the pitch in the Spanish LaLiga football club’s recent history.

Real has reported its financial results for the financial year ending June 30, 2019, with net profit rising 23.1 per cent year-on-year to €38.4m ($42.4m). The 2018-19 season saw Real win the Fifa Club World Cup, however the club only finished third in LaLiga while exiting the Uefa Champions League and Copa del Rey at the Round of 16 and semi-final stages, respectively.

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