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12 Premier League clubs made list of richest clubs in the world – See top 30

The most recently published Deloitte’s Football Money League, shows that Real Madrid remain the richest club in the world. The Spanish giants raked in £459.5m last year, to stay ahead of Manchester United, whose revenues rose from £363.2m to £433.2m.

It is indeed surprising that the Old Trafford side recorded such financial growth, after they endured a torrid year, as they continue to adapt to life without Sir Alex Ferguson.

They sit in second place ahead of European superpowers Bayern Munich and Barclona. Manchester City are the second richest English side in sixth place behind Paris Saint-Germain.
Premier League clubs make up five of the top 10 and eight of the top 20 – more than any other country.

“It was a very successful year for the North West clubs. No other region in the world has as many clubs in the top 20 and these clubs play a major role in the North West economy,” Dan Jones, partner at Deloitte’s Sports Business Group, said.

“Last year Premier League clubs benefitted from much larger broadcast revenues thanks to the latest round of deals. The Premier League is currently undertaking its next round of sales of broadcast rights and with the market expectation that another significant increase will occur, it is likely that the Money League will have a strongly English appearance in the coming years.”

1. Real Madrid – £459.5m

2. Manchester United – £433.2m

3. Bayern Munich – £407.7m

4. Barcelona – £405.2m

5. Paris Saint-Germain – £396.5m

6. Manchester City – £346.5m

7. Chelsea – £324.4m

8. Arsenal – £300.5m

9. Liverpool – £255.8m

10. Juventus – £233.6m

11. Borussia Dortmund – £218.7m

12. AC Milan – £208.8m

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13. Tottenham – £180.5m

14. Schalke 04 – £178.9m

15. Atletico Madrid – £142.1m

16. Napoli £137.8m

17. Inter Milan – £137.1m

18. Galatasaray – £135.4m

19. Newcastle United – £129.7m

20. Everton £120.5m

21. West Ham United – £105.3m

22. Aston Villa – £101.9m

23. Marseille – £100m

24. Roma – £97.7m

25. Southampton – £97.3

26. Benfica – £96.6

27. Sunderland – £95.7m

28. Hamburg – £92.2m

29. Swansea City – £90.5m

30. Stoke City – £90.1m


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