Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester United continue to be at the forefront of football finance.
The trio remains at the top of the tree for annual revenues, according to Deloitte’s latest analysis of 2018-19 data.
However, this year the pack was mixed, with a new club at number 1 and a rejig in the balance of power between the clubs in London, with one that is in the top 10 for the first time.
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The 23rd edition of the table shows an 11% increase in combined revenue, excluding transfer fees, for the top 20 clubs that had a record 9.3 billion euros in turnover for the 2018-19 season.
But what order fell?
Check out the gallery above to find out.