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Premier League dominates new list of richest clubs

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 16: Mohamed Salah of Liverpool shoots during the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United at Anfield on December 16, 2018 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

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Things have been shaken up among the big boys at the top of the game, but the Premier League is strengthening its grip as a financial juggernaut.

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Deloitte has released its latest list of the top 20 clubs on the planet in terms of the revenue they generated during the 2017-18 season.

The “Football Money League 2019" list sees six of the top 10 clubs come from the Premier League, with nine of the top 20 from the PL. That said, Manchester United slipped from first place to third in the list as their revenue rose by just two percent, with both Real Madrid and Barcelona jumping ahead of them into first and second respectively.

Liverpool had the biggest increase in revenue among the top 10, as it climbed by 25 percent and Chelsea’s revenue also increased a substantial amount, by 22 percent. Arsenal dropped three places to ninth in the rankings after they failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions but they remain just ahead of north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.

Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain joined the Spanish giants among the top 10, while the likes of Everton, West Ham and Newcastle United were also included in the top 20. The latter shows just how well Mike Ashley is running Newcastle, at least from a business standpoint...

Below is a look at the top 20 clubs, with the revenue they generated listed on the right.

Real Madrid - $867 million
Barcelona - $798.5m
Manchester United - $769.8m
Bayern Munich - $726.9m
Manchester City - $657.6m
Paris Saint-Germain - $626.3m
Liverpool - $593.5m
Chelsea - $584.4m
Arsenal - $507.4m
Tottenham Hotspur - $494.4m
Juventus - $456.5m
Borussia Dortmund - $366.5m
Atletico Madrid - £352.2m
Inter Milan - $324.8m
Roma - $289.6m
Schalke - $281.7m
Everton - $246.5m
AC Milan - $240m
Newcastle United - $233.4m
West Ham - $228.1m

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