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Manchester United Named Forbes Richest Ahead Of Barcelona And Madrid

Manchester United Named Forbes Richest Club  Ahead Of Barcelona And Madrid

Manchester United reclaim the top spot on Forbes Clubs richest after five years, climbing above Real Madrid and Barcelona

Forbes calculations which is based on equity plus net debt, revenues and operating income for the 2015-16 campaign, the Old Trafford outfit are recorded... worth £2.86 billion.

"Manchester United's return to the top spot is a testament to their powerful brand and marketing acumen," said Mike Ozanian, assistant managing editor at Forbes Media.

FORBES TOP 20 RICHEST CLUBS

1 – Manchester United 3.69bn US Dollars (£2.86bn)

2 – Barcelona 3.64bn US Dollars (£2.82bn)

3 – Real Madrid 3.58bn US Dollars (£2.77bn)

4 – Bayern Munich 2.71bn US Dollars (£2.1bn)

5 – Manchester City 2.08bn US Dollars (£1.61bn)

6 – Arsenal 1.93bn US Dollars (£1.5bn)

7 – Chelsea 1.85bn US Dollars (£1.43bn)

8 – Liverpool 1.49bn US Dollars (£1.15bn)

9 – Juventus 1.26bn US Dollars (£976m)

10 – Tottenham 1.06bn US Dollars (£821m)

11 – Paris St Germain 841m US Dollars (£652m)

12 – Borussia Dortmund 808m US Dollars (£626m)

13 – AC Milan 802m US Dollars (£621m)

14 – Atletico Madrid 732m US Dollars (£567m)

15 – West Ham 634m US Dollars (£491m)

16 – Schalke 04 629m US Dollars (£487m)

17 – Roma 569m US Dollars (£441m)

18 – Inter Milan 537m US Dollars (£416m)

19 – Leicester City 413m US Dollars (£320m)

20 – Napoli 379m US Dollars (£294m)

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