Man Utd vow to make MORE signings for Erik ten Hag despite racking up huge £116m net loss after summer transfer spree

MANCHESTER UNITED plan to carry on spending despite boss Erik ten Hag already splashing out a club record £220million.

Financial results released on Thursday show the Red Devils made a net loss of £115.5m for the 2021-22 season.

Man Utd will continue spending despite Ten Hag's summer splurge


Man Utd will continue spending despite Ten Hag’s summer splurgeCredit: PA

They also had the highest wage bill in Premier League history at £384.2m — beating the £355m set by Manchester City.

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