Manchester United are currently ranked as the second most valuable club, according to KPMG’s fifth annual report.
As far as the Red Devils are concerned, we are in the same position as we were a year ago, but rivals Liverpool have leapfrogged fellow Premier League clubs Chelsea and Manchester City.
Tottenham and Arsenal also make the top 10 list — with Real Madrid unchanged as the world’s most valuable club.
Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, United are making progress and if we can return to winning ways the club will continue to rank high, maybe even higher than they do currently. Liverpool’s rise over the last year is helped by winning the Champions League, Super Cup and the Club World Cup during that time.
1. Real Madrid (unchanged) – £2.95bn (+1.5%)
2. Manchester United (unchanged) – £2.84bn (-2%)
3. Barcelona (+1) – £2.71bn (+12.2%)
4. Bayern Munich (-1) – £2.44bn (+0.4%)
5. Liverpool (+2) – £2.26bn (+19.3%)
6. Manchester City (-1) – £2.21bn (-0.3%)
7. Chelsea (-1) – £1.88bn (-6.3%)
8. Tottenham Hotspur (+1) – £1.75bn (+15.8%)
9. Paris Saint-Germain (+2) – £1.62bn (+36.7%)
10. Arsenal (-2) – £1.57bn (-13.2%)
All figures were calculated before COVID-19 became reality and brought a halt to our seasons. The Premier League, however, is scheduled to restart next month and United are set to play their home games at Old Trafford, albeit behind closed doors.
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