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The 10 most valuable football clubs in the world according to Forbes

UNITED STATES.- This Tuesday the new ranking made by the magazine Forbes about the most valuable football clubs in the world. After the impact


UNITED STATES.- This Tuesday the new ranking made by the magazine Forbes about the most valuable football clubs in the world. After the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the different teams managed to increase their numbers with the restart of activity in the major European leagues. There were some surprises in the listing.

The last update that this American media had carried out had been in March 2020. According to reports, it is noted that the casts were able to increase their coffers after being affected by the arrival of Covid-19. After two years, the ten most expensive outfits worldwide have been confirmed. In this, a lot had to do with television income.

As is the case with the teams of the Bundesliga, the first renowned league that returned to activity after the stoppage. Thus, different clubs such as Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund or Eintracht Frankfurt, among others, had to play their matches without the presence of fans. Therefore, their numbers were decimated, although over time they were matched again.

Forbes magazine ranking

According to the American magazine, the first place is occupied by the Barcelona with a value of 4,760 million dollars. Despite the financial crisis as they were affected by the departure of their top star Leo Messithe box culé continues above the real Madrid in these records. For its part, the cast of the Spanish capital escorts him with a price of USD 4,750 million.

In this way, the Merengue, which has Florentino Pérez as the first authority of the institution, ceased to be in first place after 16 years. Behind the white club appear entities of the stature of Bayern Munich (4,215 million) of the Bundesliga and several of the premier league like MManchester United (4.2 billion), Liverpool (4.1 billion) and MManchester City (4,000 million), Chelsea (3.2 billion) and Arsenal (2.8 billion).

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