Man United legend Alex Ferguson, 78, raked in £2m last year despite being retired

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.

Sir Alex Ferguson's company records show a profit of £2m for last year

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s company records show a profit of £2m for last yearCredit: PA:Press Association

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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