2013-14 Premier League clubs financial figures: Tottenham and Manchester United boast highest profit

6. Tottenham Hotspur

Turnover £181m

Profit before tax £80m

The financial health at White Hart Lane is to prepare the club for their new stadium – and they have certainly done that, as the £80m profit is the highest ever figure recorded by an English club.

Gareth Bale

7. Newcastle United

Turnover £130m

Profit before tax £19m

With such figures, and such a disappointing season from the Magpies, Newcastle fans will certainly be hoping that Mike Ashley puts aside a sizeable amount in the summer transfer kitty.

8. Everton

Turnover £121m

Profit before tax £28m

Roberto Martinez proved in the 2013-14 season that high wages isn’t key to success, as they finished above Manchester United. The selling of Marouane Fellaini to the Red Devils for £27.5m was an excellent piece of business from the Toffees. Though they have stuttered tremendously this season.

Roberto Martinez

9. Aston Villa

Turnover £117m

Loss before tax £4m

Randy Lerner sold the club in the 2013-14 season, and the club still awaiting a buyer – but their form under Tim Sherwood, they will be hoping, could attract some interest.

10. West Ham United

Turnover £115m

Profit before tax £10m

Like Tottenham, the Hammers are readying themselves for a move to a new stadium – and a stunning one at that: the Olympic Stadium, which they will be moving to in 2016. However, West Ham have had to pay just £15m for a £600m arena, with the rest coming from public funding.

Olympic Stadium

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