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Barça move ahead of Real Madrid in the Football Money League 2017

Barcelona have moved up to second place in the Football Money League 2017, a study realised by Deloitte which analyses the income of the world’s top football clubs.

The 20th edition of the standings has seen Manchester United move ahead of Madrid at the top

Manchester United lead the list, ending Real Madrid’s dominance, with Florentino Perez’s side dropping into third position.

All three clubs have beaten the 600 million euro mark, with United brining in 689 million euros thanks the money the make through matchdays, television right and sponsorts.

This is the 20th edition of the Football Money League and, interestingly, the top three in the first every edition was also made up for United, Madrid and Barça.

THE STANDINGS 2015 / 2016:

  1. Manchester United 689 million euros
  2. FC Barcelona 620.2
  3. Real Madrid 620.1
  4. Bayern Munich 592
  5. Manchester City 524.9
  6. Paris Saint-Germain 520.9
  7. Arsenal 468.5
  8. Chelsea 447.4
  9. Liverpool 403.8
  10. Juventus 341.1
  11. Borussia Dortmund 283.9
  12. Tottenham Hotspur 279.7
  13. Atlético de Madrid 228.6
  14. Schalke 04 224.5
  15. AS Roma 218.2
  16. AC Milan 214.7
  17. FC Zenit Saint Petersburg 196.5
  18. West Ham United 192.3
  19. Internazionale 179.2
  20. Leicester City 172.1

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