United finished 19 points behind rivals Manchester City last season, and have started this season in sluggish form.
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English football club Manchester United forecast revenue for 2018-19 to rise to record levels, helped by increased broadcasting revenue as a result of UEFA's new revenue distribution system coming into effect.United, whose squad includes French World Cup winner Paul Pogba, Spain goalkeeper David de Gea and Chile forward Alexis Sanchez, said revenue is expected to be between 615 million ($809 million) pounds and 630 million pounds in the year to next June.Earlier this month, City posted revenue of 500.5 million pounds and profit of 10.4 million pounds for the year ended June 30 .United's revenue for the three months ended June 30 fell 16 percent to 147.6 million pounds, as the team's failure to progress beyond the round of 16 in the lucrative UEFA Champions League contrasted with the previous year, when they won the second-tier Europa League.
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