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How much income will the Premier League's top 6 clubs lose if 2019/20 season is canceled?
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How much income will the Premier League's top 6 clubs lose if 2019/20 season is canceled?

With the Premier League being suspended due to the CIVID-19 virus, a few clubs have chosen to force their non-playing staff to go on leave, while those that can pay, have opted to find other ways of making it happen since the clubs are making no money.

Most clubs make their money from TV and with no games being played, clubs like Sheffield United will miss out on £38.8 million in lost TV money, while Leicester City stands to lose £48.5m.

Clubs also get some income through tickets, and even selling of merchandise, but all that is off now.

Here is a breakdown of what the bid six in the English top-flight stand to lose as things stand:

Liverpool

TV money: £55.2m
Matchday revenue: £13.6m
Commercial/retail revenue: £33.8m

Total lost income: £102.6m

Manchester City

TV money: £53.6m
Matchday revenue: £13.9m
Commercial/retail revenue: £41.7m

Total lost income: £109.3m

Chelsea

TV money: £49.3m
Matchday revenue: £10.9m
Commercial/retail revenue: £30.9m

Total lost income: £91m

Manchester United

TV money: £48m
Matchday revenue: £17.6m
Commercial/retail revenue: £50.8m

Total lost income: £116.4m

Tottenham Hotspur

TV money: £41.9m
Matchday revenue: £16.8m
Commercial/retail revenue: £24.3m

Total lost income: £83m

Arsenal

TV money: £40m
Matchday revenue: £15.4m
Commercial/retail revenue: £19.4m

Total lost income: £74.8m