NEWCASTLE United has revealed it made almost £10m in 2012-13.
The club today published its financial figures for the year ending June 2013.
United recorded a profit after tax of £9.9m.
Newcastle bought six players in the period for a cash outlay of £28.7m.
The results show it recouped £11.7 on outgoing players.
United’s turnover increased to £95.9m – up from £93.3m – after a 24.2 per cent rise in commercial revenue, which grew to £17.1m.
The wage bill fell to £64.1m, with the wage-to-turnover ratio down four per cent to 64 per cent.
Newcastle’s debt – an interest-free loan owed to owner Mike Ashley – remains “static” at £129m.