Real Madrid are once again at the top of Forbes’ list of football’s richest clubs.
The Spanish giants, who won the LaLiga title and have progressed to Saturday’s Champions League final, will be flush with cash from both competitions when the total amounts are paid out.
They will take home in excess of £100m for reaching the European showpiece and Los Blancos’ value has risen 7 percent, seeing them leapfrog fierce rivals Barcelona, who topped the Forbes list last year.
Real have been renovating their iconic Bernabeu stadium to the tune of £675million but recently struck an important deal.
FORBES’ TOP 10 RICHEST FOOTBALL TEAMS:
1. Real Madrid – £4.1bn
2. Barcelona – £4bn
3. Manchester United – £3.65bn
4. Liverpool – £3.54bn
5. Bayern Munich – £3.4bn
6. Man City – £3.3bn
7. PSG – £3.3bn
8. Chelsea – £2.4bn
9. Juventus – £1.9bn
10. Tottenham – £1.86bn
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