Chelsea have revealed that they made an operating loss for the year they spent outside of the Champions League, but posted an overall profit of £15.3m.
The Blues largely made up for missing out on a place in European football's showpiece competition through the sale of Oscar, who joined Chinese club Shanghai SIPG for £60m in January.
Overall Chelsea reported a profit of £69.2m on player trading for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, while their turnover increased by 9.8% to £361.3m, likely down to the bigger share of Premier League television revenue.
The figures also show a fall in matchday revenues for 2016-17, again because of their absence from the Champions League, but that figure will climb for the current campaign.
Several new commercial partnerships also helped provide an income boost, meanwhile, including a £30m deal with Thai energy company Carabao.