Its was not unexpected financial loss. The club does not operate on that basis.I know it's unlikely but if Sterling doesn't want to renew I wonder whether City will look to offload him this summer? Foden's taken his place and whilst I still think he's a class player, relatively young etc, I can't imagine City will be comfortable with him running down his contract. Plus with our unexpected financial loss (I know this was partly down to Covid) could we see him sold to help bring in other players?
the club does spend money and then dont calculate what it might make or lose. Like you are suggesting here.
Khaldoon was totally chill about those results, which says everytrhing.