Man United Takeover: Manchester City top Deloitte Money League for second straight year

 Man United Takeover: Chelsea’s record sale last year has proved to the Glazer family that now is the right time to sell…

Man United Takeover: Manchester City top Deloitte Money League for second straight year
Man United Takeover: Manchester City top Deloitte Money League for second straight year

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Man United Takeover: Manchester City top Deloitte Money League for second straight year:

British billionaire and long-time United fan Jim Ratcliffe’s company INEOS has entered the bidding process to buy the record 20-times English champions after he failed to acquire Chelsea, who were sold for $5.2 billion in May.

United have not won the league in a decade, with the unpopular Glazers the target of several fan protests, but they are still an attractive prospect, according to Neil Joyce, CEO & co-founder of CLV Group.

The club is one of the world’s biggest sporting brands and generated 689 million euros ($750.94 million) in revenue in 2021-22.

“Chelsea getting sold in 2022 means a rate has been established on the value of a Premier League club,” Joyce said.

Man United Takeover: Manchester City top Deloitte Money League for second straight year:

Liverpool were the biggest movers in this year’s edition of the Money League, rising four places from seventh to third to achieve their highest-ever position.

The Merseyside club overtook Manchester United in the rankings for the first time, following their run to the 2022 Champions League final which generated additional broadcast revenue.

Liverpool were also only one of five clubs to report over 100 million euros in matchday revenue, which was the first time the club had done so, as fans returned to stadiums.

Among the LaLiga teams, Barcelona and Real Madrid have yet to recover revenue to their pre-pandemic levels, with the clubs’ revenues down 203 million euros and 43 million euros respectively from 2018-19, the report said.

Man United Takeover: Manchester City top Deloitte Money League for second straight year:

WOMEN’S FOOTBALL:
For the first time, Deloitte’s Football Money League also reported on revenues generated from the women’s teams at Money League clubs, with sides reporting average revenues of 2.4 million euros in the 2021-22 season.

Barcelona generated the highest revenue, with 7.7 million euros, having reached the Champions League final in 2022 and winning the competition in 2021.

Manchester United reported the second-highest revenue with 6 million euros, followed by City (5.1 million euros), PSG (3.6 million euros), Arsenal (2.2 million euros) and Spurs (2.1 million euros).

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