Manchester United Overtakes Real Madrid And FC Barcelona In Richest Club Ranking



Manchester United have had a rough time since Alex Ferguson retired as United Boss, and the likes of David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal could not get United back to the Scots level resulting I  United's fall in the English League, early Eviction from the Champions League but off the field United bagged €689 million which is €70m more than second place Barcelona and third place Real Madrid.
It has been 11 years since Manchester United attained this Spot which has been ruled by the Spanish side Real Madrid for over a  decade. Manchester United presently on a 15 game Unbeaten Run will find this a moral boost.
Manchester United broke the bank before starting the season under Jose Mohrinho to bring in the likes of Paul Pogba, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Eric Bailey to United which has helped the club on field but only few teams could really afford that especially Pogba’s €100m transfer fee which brought criticism from everywhere around the world.
Deloitte’s Football Money League names Manchester United the world's highest grossing club in the 2015/2016 season due to their ground breaking profits despite winning only the FA Cup and falling out of Champions League early.


The report's author Tim Bridge told PA Sport: "You can't really look past Manchester United returning to the top spot and it is because of their ability to make commercial deals that are way ahead of their peers.''
Manchester United becomes the first team earn over £500 million in a season (£515m) which is 50m ahead of FC Barcelona while
Manchester United - €689m
FC Barcelona - €620.2m
Real Madrid -€620.1
Bayern Munich -€592m
Manchester City - £393m.
Paris St-Germain
Arsenal
Chelsea
Liverpool
Juventus - €224.5m,
Borussia Dortmund
Tottenham Hotspur - £209m
English teams totally dominates the rankings with 12 teams in the top 30 which is 5 less than the 17 in 2014/15 season, showing great competition by teams of other leagues.
More clubs have been seen to improve in the rankings, clubs such as Lyon, Fenerbahce, Galatasaray and Atletico Madrid which is clearly boosted Spain's television deal.
Leicester  due to their Premier League miracle of last season and West Ham United came in at the 18th and 20th position, sandwiching Inter Milan at 19th.
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