Southampton is all set to spend around £47 million on their overall club’s roaster in 2019-20 season which might include Southampton Players Salaries along with renewal of Contracts and other club expenditures. Southampton is not counted among the top flight clubs of Premier League in terms of both money and performance. Currently Southampton is placed on 19th position after appearing in 27 games of this tournament.
Charlie Austin is another highly paid athlete of Southampton as he is charging around £70,000 weekly wages from this team. Back in 201 Transfer Window, Saints has appointed their new striker Guido Carrillo from AS Monaco and he earned £19.2 million transfer fee. Yan Valery with £800 weekly wages is the lowest paid footballer in this team whereas Josh Sim is making £18,000 per week salary and counted as 2nd lowest paid footballer in this club.
Southampton Financial Statement 2019-20
Well Southampton has faced massive £29.6 million deficient during 2016-19 season as their turnover recorded in 2016-17 was around £182.2 million which is decreased to £152.6 million in 2019-20 season. The reason behind this loss is back to back poor performances showcased by Saints in both domestic and International Leagues. Moreover, Saints after dropped down from 8th to 17th position in Premier League also faced loss around £17.5 million in Merit Payments.
The Matchday revenue of Southampton also fell from £22.4 million to £19.2 million as due poor performance their attendances on their home ground also decreased. The TV Coverage and Broadcasting Revenue of Saints also dropped down to £117.0 million from £143.0 million in current season. Southampton also faced massive loss in their Commercial Revenue which fell down to £15.5 million to £14.9 million.