United are still trying to negotiate deals for players worth as much as that revenue when they have more than enough quality players in their ranks to survive during this time. If they do somehow manage to negotiate a deal or two in any region of the supposed Sancho fee, they can get in the bin complaining about their lost £110m match-day revenue.
No surprise when they've got big stadiums with extortionate ticket prices and big global fanbases.
Man United, even wrongly using their very cheapest adult ticket prices (£36) in every one of their near 75,000 seats, would lose out on £51m just from league matches without fans this season. Likely much more considering some of their tickets go for £58 a person.
They'll be absolutely fine, their rich owners and TV money mean it won't make a dent, not in a way that actually matters anyway.