Manchester United has been kicked out of the football club rich list’s top three for the first time in the list’s history.
It’s been usurped in the top three by Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the Deloitte list, which ranks clubs according to revenues in the 2012-13 football season.
Real Madrid came out tops. It’s the ninth consecutive year the Spanish superstar has taken the number-one spot.
The combined revenues of the top 20 football clubs was a staggering 5.4bn euros during the 2012-13 season – that’s an 8% increase on the year before.
So what does the top 10 look like now?
1. Real Madrid: 518.9m euros
2. Barcelona: 482.6m euros
3. Bayern Munich: 431.2m euros
4. Man Utd: 423.8m euros
5. Paris Saint Germain; 398.8m euros
6. Manchester City: 316.2m euros
7. Chelsea: 303.4m euros
8. Arsenal: 284.3m euros
9. Juventus: 272.4m euros
10. 1AC Milan: 263.5m euros
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