Barcelona tops list of richest clubs in the world despite "debts"
The recent report of the specialized British institution, Deloitte, on the richest football club in the world, revealed great surprises, as despite the great impact of the Corona virus pandemic on the revenues of the largest of these clubs, which have shrunk by two billion euros, the surprise was the accession to Barcelona. Most of the debt sufferer (about 700 million euros) for the list, with revenues of 715 million euros, but lost 125 million euros in return.
On the other hand, Real came second with 714 million euros, while it lost 39 million, and the three-time champion: Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, the Domestic Cup and the Champions, came third with 634 million euros, compared to Man United fourth with 580 million euros.
Liverpool (558), Man City (540), Paris Saint-Germain (540), Chelsea (469) and Tottenham (445) are in the rest of the centers, while Juventus is in tenth place with 397 million euros, although it includes Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo.
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