European football season continues this coming weekend across the continent. Premier League fans will be able to see Gonzalo Higuain in action for Chelsea. This is a massive addition for the Blues given their struggles to score goals this season so far. FA Cup and League Cup matches will take the center stage in England but League matches will continue else-were in Europe. Today, we want to look at five best-ranked clubs in Europe by revenue right now.
5. Man City- €568 Million
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— Manchester City (@ManCity) January 23, 2019
Manchester City has continued to improve every year when it comes to revenue collection. The club has seen a steady rise in the money league since Sheikh Monsour bought the club in 2008. In 2017/18 season, Pep Guardiola helped them win Premier League and League Cup double. As a result, the Etihad side collected €568 million in revenue alone. They have overtaken Chelsea, Arsenal, and Liverpool in the last few years.
4. Bayern Munich- €629 Million
— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) January 23, 2019
Bayern Munich is in a league of their own when it comes to money in Bundesliga. The Bavarians have lifted the last six League titles in a row. This season Borussia Dortmund is threatening to end their dominance but we still have too many games to play. Allianz Arena will not want to see a massive shift when it comes to cash collection. In the 2017/18 season, the club collected €629 million in revenue.
3. Man United- €666 Million
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 24, 2019
Manchester United continue to pump above their weight in the money league despite not delivering trophies on the pitch. The Red Devils collected the third highest revenue, €666 million, despite winning zero titles in 2017/18 season. They also failed to go past the round of 16 which meant very low returns from Europe.