Manchester United Valuable Richest Club return to top of football rich list,ending Real Madrid’s 11-year hold on first place.
United have regained top spot for the first time since 2004
Manchester United Valuable Richest Club have come back to the lead position in the Deloitte Football Money League without precedent for a long time, breaking Real Madrid’s 11-year stranglehold on top spot with record income.
The Money League has recorded the main 20 clubs on the planet for income in every season since 1996/97.
Manchester United Valuable Richest Club In the most recent version, with figures identifying with 2015/16, the consolidated income for the 20 wealthiest clubs on the planet grew 12 for each penny to £5.5 billion, another record.
Joined top the rundown with income of £515.3 million, the most elevated ever by a football club in a season in the Money League’s 20-year history.
best football club in the world Genuine Madrid drop to third place following 11 years at the highest point of the Money League, regardless of breaking the £450m hindrance surprisingly. Barcelona rank second with income just imperceptibly more prominent than that of Real Madrid.
United’s resurgence comes as a result of significant growth across all three of the revenue categories (matchday, broadcast and commercial) compared with 2014/15.
Leicester’s Premier League win sees them climb into the top 20 for the first time
best football club in the world Last week, it emerged that Manchester United has €200million more net debt than any other football club in Europe.
Research from European football’s governing body Uefa showed that the amount of debt the club owes has grown by 25 per cent in the past year – in large part thanks to the effects of Brexit on the pound.
Deloitte believes that the new television rights deal signed by Premier League clubs will help to offset some of the effects of Brexit.
“We can expect the growth rate to be strong again next year as the Premier League clubs benefit from increased revenue due to their record television contracts,” Tim Bridge, senior manager at Deloitte said. “There is a strong chance that almost all Premier League clubs will be in the top 30 clubs next year.”