Manchester United and Liverpool among Top 10 richest clubs in the world – originally posted on Sportslens.com
Barcelona have beaten Real Madrid to secure the top spot in 2020 Deloitte Football Money League, while Premier League giants Manchester United find themselves just behind the La Liga duo.
Real Madrid topped the 2019 Money League, but rivals Barcelona have beaten them and has become the first club to exceed €800 million (£687.3 million) in revenue.
Report: Serie A star has agreed to join Tottenham ahead of Everton
Thursday January 16, 2020
Report: Serie A star has agreed to join Tottenham ahead of Everton – originally posted on Sportslens.com According to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla Inter Milan midfielder Matias Vecino has agreed to join Tottenham Hotspur, dealing a potential blow on Everton. #Young a prescindere: tutto confermato. #Vecino, sì al #Tottenham: si tratta — Alfredo Pedullà (@AlfredoPedulla)
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[FCB] | Barça tops Deloitte’s Football Money League for the first time
The club leads the ranking for the 2018/19 season after breaking the €800 million ordinary revenue barrier, and finishes ahead of Madrid, United, Bayern and PSG, who make up the rest of the Top 5 pic.twitter.com/MJznkQSnN9
— BarçaTimes Statistics (@BT_Stats) January 14, 2020
European champions Liverpool find themselves in 7th, just behind 2018-19 Premier League champions Manchester City. Tottenham Hotspur and London rivals Chelsea have made it to the top 10 richest clubs in the world.
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Wednesday January 15, 2020
Lineker's three-word reaction to Spurs' win as Di Maria sends message to goalscorer – originally posted on Sportslens.com Tottenham Hotspur booked their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup following a 2-1 victory against Middlesbrough last night. The Championship outfit forced a replay after holding Spurs to a 1-1 draw at Riverside, and
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In fact, eight of the top 20 are Premier League sides. Serie A have four clubs in the top 20 richest clubs list, while three a piece from La Liga and the Bundesliga and two entrants from Ligue 1. Here’s the top 20 list in full:
#Deloitte Football Money League 2020
The ”TOP 20” clubs generated a record of €9.3bn (11% increase).
#FCBarcelona becomes the first club to break €800 m revenue barrier
8 English clubs
4 Italian club
3 Spanish /3 German
2 French clubs pic.twitter.com/APjsIx0mWK
— Ornella D. Bellia (@DesireeBellia) January 14, 2020
Report: Leeds eye move to sign in-demand midfielder this month…but there's a catch
Sunday January 19, 2020
Report: Leeds eye move to sign in-demand midfielder this month…but there's a catch – originally posted on Sportslens.com According to reports from The Sun on Sunday (19/1; page 65), Leeds United are interested in signing West Bromwich Albion midfielder Rekeem Harper on loan. Leeds United suffered back to back defeats after they lost against QPR on Saturday
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Among the big names that have dropped out of the list are AC Milan and Newcastle United. The Rossoneri are 21st but the Magpies are not even in the top 30. Lyon and Napoli have made their way in the top 20.
Barcelona’s lead over Real Madrid has become a record, while the top 20 clubs have enjoyed a combined revenue increase of €1 billion from last year.
Meanwhile, Deloitte’s Dan Jones predicts (h/t The Daily Mail) that Manchester United’s dominance in the Football Money League is in danger, with clubs like Man City and Liverpool looking to overtake them.
“United have been the top English club since we started the Money League, but that could come under a bit of pressure when we do it in 2021.
“That will cover this season when Liverpool are having an tremendous season on the pitch, so we think there’s a possibility of United losing that No. 1 position.”
United figures highlight the cost of non-qualification for the Champions League. Club are forecasting that they will bring as much as £67m less than last year. Not great, although revenue still way ahead of many PL rivals.
— Mike Keegan (@MikeKeegan_DM) November 18, 2019
United’s performance on the pitch have been very poor in 2019-20, and they are likely to see a drop in revenue after they missed out on UEFA Champions League qualification last season.
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