There is plenty of analysis around (which I've linked to below), along with Swiss Ramble's excellent blog on City's finances from a couple of months ago, but the summary of the key elements are as follows:
- Net loss of £121.3 million (which includes the cost of the summer of 2009 transfer acquisitions), increased from £92.562 million in 2009.
- Total Income of £125 million.
- Corporate partnership revenue increased by £25.9 million to £32.4 million.
- Conversion to equity of £304.9 million of shareholder loans, leaving £36 million of long term commercial debt.
- A net transfer spend of £96.6 million.
- Total wage bill £133 million (up from £83 million the previous year).
It is worth noting of course that UEFA's new directive kicks in from the 2011/12 season, allowing clubs to make only £39 million total losses in the three years to 2013/14. Although to suggest the club are moving blithely towards the deadline without a care in the world is somewhat wide of the mark, with Garry Cook saying: "The last thing we want is not getting a licence to play in the greatest league."