"We have debt, but a lot of other clubs do have debt as well. We pay a very low interest rate, mostly fixed interest debt. So, if interest rates went up it would not affect us, but we had made progress in reducing our debt over the last several years. The net debt was meaningfully reduced a couple years ago."
He then added: "It [debt and dividend payments] has never stood in the way of us pursuing players or transfers on the pitch.
"We may have walked away from transfers at times because the other side wanted an outlandish number. And while it's easy to pay it that one time, it does have consequences.
"You do it once and the next person expects it, and then the next person expects it. And that's not good, ultimately, for the club. So, we think that we're able to accomplish all these things and still have.
"We're going to keep investing on the pitch, which we did last year, and we plan on doing it meaningfully this year. So, we feel that we're in a good spot."
Source : https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1451932/Manchester-United-transfer-news-Jadon-Sancho-Borussia-Dortmund-significant-progress194