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Football Money League dominated by Manchester City in the top Premier League

The Premier League accounted for more than half of the top 20 clubs for the first time, and Manchester City topped Deloitte’s Football Money League for a second consecutive year.

A report that was released on Thursday said that for the 2021/22 season, the total revenue from the top 20 clubs that generate revenue increased to 9.2 billion euros, or 8.1 billion pounds, which is close to levels that existed prior to the pandemic.

After two seasons impacted by coronavirus restrictions. That rise was largely attributable to a rise in matchday revenue of 1.3 billion euros.

11 clubs from the English top flight made the top 20 for the first time thanks to the rise in international television rights sales and strong commercial growth of the Premier League.

Wolves and Zenit St. Petersburg were replaced by Leeds and Newcastle in the top 20 only once last season.

City maintained their lead over European champion Real Madrid. With 714 million euros, thanks to a 13% increase in revenue to 731 million euros.

With a run to the Champions League final and a total of 702 million euros. Liverpool moved above Manchester United for the first time and moved up to third. Their highest position in Money League history.

Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich (both 654 million euros) finished ahead of United (689 million euros).

After losing the Champions League group stage and experiencing slower commercial growth than their rivals. Barcelona, which topped the Money League two years ago, fell to seventh place (638 million euros).

The top 10 include Arsenal, Tottenham, and Chelsea. The statement states, “It is now likely that all 20 Premier League clubs will appear in the Money League top 30

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