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Real Madrid Reclaim World's Highest-Earning Club Title from Man Utd (See Full List)

Real Madrid have replaced Manchester United as the highest-earning club in the world, according to the latest Deloitte Football Money League.


Real Madrid Reclaim World's Highest-Earning Club Title from Man Utd (See Full List)
Real Madrid Celebrating Club World Cup Victory 

The Spanish giants, Real Madrid, who recently won the Champions League for three consecutive seasons, turned over a record €750.9 million ($854.8m) in the 2017/18 season, the Deloitte Football Money League 2019 found.

La Liga Champions, Barcelona, are second with revenue of €690.4 million ($785.5m) while Manchester United, first last year, finish third with €666 million ($758m). 

The list was dominated by English Clubs as Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, West ham and the likes made it to the list as well. 

Although it is the twelfth time Real Madrid have topped the rankings, it is the first time since 2014/15 that the Champions of Europe and the world have finished in the top two.

Deloitte’s analysis revealed the top 20 highest earning clubs saw their combined revenues grow 6%, to a record €8.3 billion ($9.4b). 

The Deloitte Football Money League in full:

1. Real Madrid - €750.9m
2. Barcelona – €690.4m
3. Manchester United - €666m
4. Bayern Munich - €629.2m
5. Manchester City - €568.4m
6. Paris Saint-Germain - €541.7m
7. Liverpool - €513.7m
8. Chelsea - €505.7m
9. Arsenal - €439.2m
10. Tottenham - €428.3m
11. Juventus - €394.9m
12. Borussia Dortmund - €317.2m
13. Atletico Madrid - €304.4m
14. Inter - €280.8m
15. Roma - €250m
16. Schalke - €243.8m
17. Everton - €212.9m
18. AC Milan - €207.7m
19. Newcastle United - €201.5m
20. West Ham - €197.9m

Will Real Madrid be able to keep the spot for a second year running?

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