Deloitte has released its annual Football Money League and the Red Devils are topping the global list for the first time in 11 years.
Manchester United is once again the richest football club in the world.
They are at the top of Deloitte's Football Money League for the first time in 11 years.
The League measures a club's earnings from matchday revenue, broadcast rights and commercial sources.
Man United came out on top with a record revenue of $734 million for the 2015 to 2016 season.
Reigning English Premier League champions Leicester City were 20th on the table with a revenue of $183 million.
Overall, the 20 highest earning clubs generated $7.8 billion which is up 12 percent from the previous year.
TRT World's Business reporter Azhar Sukri reports.
Deloitte's Football Money League 2017
- Manchester United - $734 million
- FC Barcelona - $661.6 million
- Real Madrid - $661.5 million
- Bayern Munich - $631 million
- Manchester City - $560 million
- Paris Saint-Germain - $555 million
- Arsenal - $499million
- Chelsea - $476 million
- Liverpool - $429 million
- Juventus - $363 million
- Borussia Dortmund - $302 million
- Tottenham Hotspur - $297 million
- Atlético de Madrid - $243 million
- Shalke 04 - $238 million
- AS Roma - $232 million
- AC Milan - $227 million
- FC Zenit St. Petersburg - $208 million
- West Ham United - $204 million
- Internazionale - $190 million
- Leicester - $183 million
Rate at time of publication: €1,00 = $1,06