Real Madrid will hold their Members General Assembly on 1 October, where they'll present their annual accounts for approval.
Record revenue for Real Madrid
And those financial statements will show record income for the 2016/17 season of 674.6 million euros, 8.8% more than the previous season. Profit before tax is 21.4 million euros. That growth is in part spurred by prize money rolling in from the LaLiga and Champions League double attained by Zidane's men.
Further income growth for Real Madrid
The club also reveals its forecast for 2017-18, with Real Madrid's bean counters foreseeing further growth, of 2.33%, to take revenues to 690.3 million euros, with profit of 48.6 million.