Football’s ‘Money League’ Revealed — Manchester United Finish Tops Ahead Of Real Madrid And Barcelona

Manchester United has been adjudged the most profitable club in the world for the second year in a row, once again beating out Real Madrid to the title.

United’s generated revenues of €676.3m in season 2016/2017 was enough to top all other clubs.

Spanish giants and defending European champions Real Mardid finished second on the list, followed by their eternal rivals FC Barcelona.

Deloitte, the celebrated financial firm, releases the rankings every year. It is based on which team is able to generate more revenue than their competitor during a given football season.

Top ten list for 2016/2017 below…

1. Manchester United: €676.3m

•2. Real Madrid: €674.6m

•3. Barcelona: €648.3m

•4. Bayern Munich; €587.8m

•5. Manchester City: €527.7m

•6. Arsenal: €487.6m

•7. Paris Saint Germain: €486.2m

•8. Chelsea: €428m

•9. Liverpool: €424.2m

•10. Juventus: €405.7m

Source: Deloitte, revenues for 2016-17 season.

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