The figures represent a £400 000 increase on the same period for the previous year.
The club had warned in September that annual revenue would fall for the first time in five years and profit would also drop, as they will not be able to capitalise on Uefa's broadcasting revenue distribution system.
Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has pledged continued commitment to a "clear vision" regarding "football philosophy and recruitment" as the Old Trafford club attempts to finally return from the wilderness and challenge for major honours.
Woodward spoke to shareholders today.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side now sit seventh in the Premier League, a point and two places behind newly-promoted Sheffield United, and Woodward was keen to draw together the club's on and off-field goals.
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"I want to reiterate our need for investment is underpinned by strong financial results".
Describing the Premier League season to date as "mixed" for Solskjaer's side, Woodward told investors on Monday: "Our ultimate goal is to win trophies by playing fast, attacking football with a team that fuses graduates from our academy with world-class acquisitions".
Woodward has hinted United will spend again ahead of next season while sources have told ESPN FC that the club are open to bringing in new players in January if long-term targets become available. We know this will not be achieved overnight, however we have made investments across the club that we believe will set us on the right path. Funds are available should an outstanding target become available but the club generally view the mid-season market as hard to operate within and prefer to spend in the summer.
He also referenced Fifa's plans for the revamped Club World Cup tournament - which has been expanded to include 24 teams - as well as the confederation's reforms to limit loans and payments to agents, as laying the groundwork for future revenue growth for clubs.
Manchester City are poised to match Manchester United's financial performance for the first time in decades.