Forbes magazine has released its latest list of the richest football clubs in the world, which includes six Premier League teams.
Spanish giants Real Madrid remain football's most valuable team, while arch-rivals FC Barcelona are just behind them in second.
The list also contains six sides from England's top flight, while the Serie A has just one team, Juventus, in the top 10. Bayern Munich are the only representatives from the Bundesliga.
French giants Paris Saint-Germain did not make the top 10, while there are a few other surprises too – Newcastle United, who were officially relegated from the Premier League on Wednesday night, are apparently the 20th richest club in world football.
Football's 10 most valuable teams, according to Forbes:
1. Real Madrid – $3.65 billion (R55.2bn)
2. FC Barcelona – $3.55 billion (R53.7bn)
3. Manchester United – $3.32 billion (R50.2bn)
4. FC Bayern Munich – $2.68 billion (R40.5bn)
5. Arsenal – $2.02 billion (R37bn)
6. Manchester City – $1.92 billion (R29bn)
7. Chelsea – $1.66 billion (R25bn)
8. Liverpool – $1.55 billion (R23.4bn)
9. Juventus – $1.3 billion (R19bn)
10. Tottenham Hotspur – $1.02 billion (R15.4bn)
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