Man Utd top football’s global rich list
Manchester United remain top of the world’s 20 richest club for the second year in a row, says Deloitte.
The Deloitte Football Money League is based on the 2016-17 season and features 10 Premier League sides in their list of 20 clubs from around the world.
Real Madrid were second on the list followed by runaway Spanish La Liga leaders Barcelona.
The list only takes revenues into account and not any club’s debts. The top 20 is as follows:
1. Manchester United (€676.3 million)
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)
11. Tottenham Hotspur (€355.6m)
12. Borussia Dortmund (€332.6m)
13. Atlético Madrid (€272.5m)
14. Leicester City (€271.1m)
15. Internazionale (€262.1m)
16. Schalke 04 (€230.2m)
17. West Ham United (€213.3m)
18. Southampton (€212.1m)
19. Napoli (€200.7m)
20. Everton (€199.2m)
There was only €1.7 million separating Manchester United at the top and Real Madrid in second place.
Manchester United’s €676 million revenues were boosted by their €44.5 million prize money from UEFA from winning the Europa League last season.
Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City, West Ham United, Southampton and Everton completed the 10 Premier League teams on the list.