Barcelona 7th, Manchester United 4th… the ranking of the richest clubs in the world revealed

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Deloitte, as every year, has produced the ranking of European clubs with the highest turnover.  A ranking dominated by teams from the Premier  League  and La  Liga . 

After the exercise of the 2021-22 season, the Deloitte firm has unveiled the ranking of the richest clubs in the world.  Clubs like Manchester  City  and PSG have seen their turnover rise after fans returned to stadiums.  The Covid-19, which had impacted the world economy, was finally brought under control.  The English club Manchester  City  , which generated 731 million euros in turnover in 2021-22, is the head of the richest clubs in the world.  He is followed by Real  Madrid (713.8 million euros) , crowned champion of Spain and Europe, and Liverpool  (701 million euros) , finalist of the  C1 and second in the Premier  League .  At the foot of the podium, we find Manchester United  (4th with 688  M€ ) .  Despite a difficult year, the  Red  Devils  have been boosted in particular by the return of Cristiano Ronaldo,  who  has since left for Al  Nassr .  Then come PSG  (5th) , then Bayern Munich  (6th, 653.6 million euros)  and FC Barcelona  (7th, 616.5 million euros) .

Three English teams complete the top 10, namely Chelsea (8th, 505.1 million euros), Tottenham (8th, 505.1 million euros) and Arsenal (10th, 418.7 million euros).

Manchester City 731 million euros

Real Madrid €713.8 million

Liverpool (701 million euros

Manchester United €688m)

PSG  654 million euros.

Bayern Munich €653.6 million

Barcelona €616.5 million

Chelsea €505.1 million

Tottenham €505.1 million

Arsenal €418.7 million)

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Gabriel Djabatey Odonkor , known professionally as Gabbie Odonkor, is a Ghanaian Sports blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter. He founded, a sports website and blog that primarily publishes news about sports.