Top 30 most valuable football clubs on planet as £4.8billion Man Utd jump to second and Premier League clubs dominate | The SunJune 1, 2023
THE top 30 most valuable football clubs on the planet have been revealed – with Manchester United in second.
Numbers from Forbes value the club at £4.85BILLION.
The Glazers have put the Red Devils up for sale and are demanding£6bn.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim are in the race to buy Man Utd.
Real Madrid are in top spot, just edging out their closest rivals by £50million.
Barcelona, Liverpool and Manchester City complete the top five.
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European giants Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, as well as Premier League sides Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal finish off the top ten.
Spurs rank above their North London rivals due to their state-of-the-art stadium.
Another six English sides make it into the top 30, meaning 12 feature overall.
That includes Leicester, who could see a big drop in value after their relegation from the Premier League.
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The MLS is heavily involved in the club rich list with seven clubs alongside Europe's elite.
Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Roma are the Italian sides to reach the top 30.
However, LaLiga, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 are all struggling with no more than three teams involved each.
Comparing the figures to last year, Newcastle with 51 per cent growth have seen the biggest increase in valuation.
Other big changes see Lyon's go up by 47 per cent, PSG rise by 32 per cent and Man Utd hit 30 per cent more.
Everton have suffered the biggest drop with a 21 per cent decrease.
Leicester on -16 and Juventus on -12 have also had poor financial years.
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