SIR Alex Ferguson raked in £2million last year to boost the value of his personal company to more than £12.4million.
The former Manchester United boss’ wealth continued to soar seven years after he retired.
He has earned millions from book deals, personal appearances and public speaking engagements.
Latest accounts for his company ACF (Alexander Chapman Ferguson) Sports Promotions show it declared a profit of £2,085,030 for the year up to June 30, 2019.
They showed the company had assets of £19million against debts of almost £6.6million.
Among his investments was a Goldman Sachs private equity fund called Distressed Managers.
Glasgow-born Sir Alex, 78, still works 20 days a year as a United ambassador. In 2018, he survived a brain haemorrhage.
Last year he raised £400,000 for the NHS as a thank you for the care he received during his health scare.
The Scottish football legend arranged a star-studded event in Manchester and handed over all proceeds to the NHS.
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