Manchester United pip Real Madrid to retain world's richest club tag

Updated: Jan 24, 2018, 08:49 IST | A Correspondent | Mumbai

Manchester United retained their status as the world's richest club after they pipped Spanish giants Real Madrid to the top spot in Deloitte's Football Money League

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Manchester United retained their status as the world's richest club after they pipped Spanish giants Real Madrid to the top spot in Deloitte's Football Money League. United enjoyed record revenue of 676.3 million euros (Rs 5287 crore) — 1.7 million euros (Rs 13 crore) more that Madrid with an income of 674.6 million euros.

As many as 10 English clubs are in Deloitte League's Top 20 list

1) Man Utd, 2) Real Madrid, 3) Barcelona, 4) Bayern Munich, 5) Man City, 6) Arsenal, 7) Paris Saint-Germain, 8) Chelsea, 9) Liverpool, 10) Juventus, 11) Tottenham, 12) Borussia Dortmund, 13) Atletico Madrid, 14) Leicester City, 15) Inter Milan, 16) Schalke, 17) West Ham Utd, 18) Southampton, 19) Napoli 20) Everton

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