Chelsea recorded lost almost £100m for the year finishing June 30 as the club discharged their most recent money related outcomes.
Be that as it may, in spite of the figures, the Blues demanded they are as yet agreeable with UEFA’s Financial Fair Play guidelines.
Turnover developed insignificantly to £446.7m with the club refering to an absence of Champions League football, costs related with changing director and a record expense on players Kepa Arrizabalaga, Christian Pulisic, Mateo Kovacic and Jorginho for the £96.6m misfortune.
Director Bruce Buck stated: “Predictable income development and cautious monetary administration over late seasons has enabled the club to make huge degrees of interest in the playing staff while keeping up consistence with UEFA Financial Fair Play guidelines.
“This has added to another Europa League triumph toward the finish of the 2018-19 season and an arrival to the most significant level of European challenge.
“This strong business establishment, partnered to a youthful and energizing group currently drove by Frank Lampard, implies that the club is very much set to continue its quest for progress both on and off the pitch just as keep up its money related soundness over the coming years.”