Chelsea drop below Tottenham in Deloitte money ranking


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Chelsea are no longer the richest team in London, according to Deloitte’s Football Money League as Spurs have overtaken the Blues in the recent rankings.

According to the report, Chelsea had revenues of £452.2million in the past season, while Tottenham had returns of £459.3million.

Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool all raked in bigger revenues than Chelsea. Chelsea did not compete in the Champions League in 2018/19 season, which is the reason for the Blues falling behind Tottenham, who made it all the way to the final.

Manchester United had total earnings of £627.1m for the 2018/19 season, and they occupied the top spot in England.

Manchester City recorded revenue of £538.2m while Liverpool raked in £533m. However, La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid topped the overall chart with total revenue of £741.1m and £667.5m respectively.

Check out Deloitte Football Money League: highest total revenues in 2018/19

Barcelona – £741,100,000

Real Madrid – £667,500,000

Manchester United – £627,100,000

Bayern Munich – £581,800,000

PSG – £560,500,000

Manchester City – £538,200,000

Liverpool – £533,000,000

Tottenham Hotspur – £459,300,000

Chelsea – £452,200,000

Juventus – £405,200,000

Arsenal – £392,700,000

Borussia Dortmund – £332,400,000

Atletico Madrid – £324,000,000

Inter – £321,300,000

Schalke – £286,300,000

Roma – £203,600,000

Lyon – £194,600,000

West Ham United – £190,700,000

Everton – £187,700,000

Napoli – £182,800,000

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