Ajax has booked a net profit of 20.7 million euros over the past year, the club announces through official channels. The positive result is thanks to transfers.
Due to the corona crisis, the turnover of Ajax has decreased by no less than 37.2 million euros, this amounts to 162.3 million net, the club reports. The Amsterdammers suffered an operational loss of 3.1 million.
The contribution of income from player transfers is € 84.5 million, mainly as a result of the transfers from Matthijs de Ligt to Juventus and Kasper Dolberg to OGC Nice, according to Ajax. Ajax’s equity has increased by 18.8 million to 228.8 million.
Because Ajax was already eliminated in the group stage of the Champions League last season and did not get further than the sixteenth finals in the Europa League, the receipts for the European competitions have dropped by 7.3 million to 10.1 million. The premiums from European competitions also fell by 32.4 million to 45.5 million.
The corona crisis has hit Ajax hard, but the damage has remained limited ‘partly thanks to the support of the fans and partners’, the club said.
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— AFC Ajax (@AFCAjax) September 29, 2020
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