United face Manchester United in the big Premier League game of the weekend this Sunday and it will be interesting to see if either Shaqiri or Minamino are involved. Another Champions League success for Liverpool could help them outpace their bitter United rivals the season next (Mike Egerton / PA).
The Premier League took care of all 4 finalists for the Champions and Europa League last season and all 7 English parties in the European league have once again reached the knockout stages. It's definitely a possibility that United will lose that place.
United's performance on the pitch have been very poor in 2019-20, and they are likely to see a drop in revenue after they missed out on UEFA Champions League qualification last season. At that time, United was also just under £ 100m ahead of Liverpool.
In fact, eight of the top 20 are Premier League sides. Manchester City (€610.6m) and Liverpool (€604.7m) are closing in.
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Their North London rival Arsenal suffered a second straight football-free season in the Champions League, going from ninth to eleventh.
Jones added, "Barca is a clear example of a club that is adapting to changing market conditions, reducing reliance on broadcast revenue, and focusing on growing revenue that is under its control". Deloitte credited Barca's revenue growth to their decision to bring their licensing and merchandising operation in-house, which contributed to the club generating €383.5 million (US$427.0 million) in commercial revenue.
At more than $95 million, the revenue gap between the top two clubs was the highest in the 23-year history of Deloitte's Football Money League.
"With the club expecting further growth of 30 million euros in commercial revenues and total revenue of nearly 880m euros in 2019-20, we expect them to retain the top spot in next year's edition".
Together, the 20 highest earning football clubs in the world generated a record €9.3bn (£8.2bn) of combined revenue in 2018-19, an increase of 11% on the previous year.