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Real Madrid is no longer the most valuable club in the world. English long-reigning giant Manchester United drop out of the top three spot in the latest list of top 10 world most valuable clubs.

For over a decade, Manchester United and Real Madrid have always dominated the most valuable clubs standings. Real Madrid, who have won the champions League on a record 13 times have been in the top of Forbes list of the most valuable football clubs on 5 occasions. 

Manchester United, a 13 times Premier League winner have always dominated, being on top of the Forbes most valuable club in the world in 11 occasions for the past rankings.

Last year saw Real Madrid rule the world as the most valuable team in the world. This year, Los Blancos are no longer the most valuable club in the world. They have been knocked out of the top sport by Barcelona, despite the Catalans having to deal with financial issues.


It is now clear that Barcelona is the most valuable club in the world right now. Despite the Covid 19 pandemic that hit the world, reports suggest that Barcelona club value rose by 30% as compared to its position two years ago.

Manchester United dropped to fourth, while Liverpool completed the top five most world most valuable clubs. Real Madrid dropped to the second spot, while German side Bayern Munich beat Manchester United to the third spot.

Here is the complete list:

1.BARCELONA Value: $4.76 billion

2.REAL MADRID Value: $4.75 billion

3.BAYERN MUNICH Value: $4.215 billion

4.MANCHESTER UNITED. Value: $4.2 billion

5.LIVERPOOL Value: $4.1 billion

6.MANCHESTER CITY Value: $4 billion

7.CHELSEA Value: $3.2 billion

8.ARSENAL Value: $2.8 billion

9.PARIS SAINT GERMAIN Value: $2.5 billion

10.TOTTENHAM HOTSPURS. Value: $2.3 billion



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