Juventus have overtaken Milan to lead Italy in Deloitte’s Football Money League for 2014 thanks to an almost €80m rise in revenue.
Real Madrid continue to lead the world’s clubs in terms of revenue generated, pulling in €518.9m during 2012-13, ahead of Barcelona on €482.6m and new third-placed side Bayern Munich with €431.2m.
Juventus are now the peninsula’s leading revenue generators, overtaking Milan for the honour with a revenue last season of €272.4m, representing an increase of over €80m on 2011-12’s figures.
The Rossoneri find themselves down two places to 10th in this year’s edition of the League, which considers money earned from matchday, broadcasting and commercial areas, despite having seen their numbers increase to €263.5m.
Inter have dropped three places to 15th in the table, whilst also seeing revenue fall by €17.4m in the last 12 months. Napoli notably drop out of the top 20 altogether, to 22nd with a drop of €32m on 2011-12, whilst Roma maintain 19th spot from last year with a rise of €9m.
Deloitte Football Money League 2014
1. Real Madrid - €518.9m
2. Barcelona - €482.6m
3. Bayern Munich - €431.2m
4. Manchester United - €423.8m
5. Paris Saint-Germain - €398.8m
6. Manchester City- €316.2m
7. Chelsea - €303.4m
8. Arsenal - €284.3m
9. Juventus - €272.4m
10. Milan - €263.5m
11. Borussia Dortmund - €256.2m
12. Liverpool - €240.6m
13. Schalke 04 - €198.2m
14. Tottenham Hotspur - €172m
15. Inter - €168.8m
16. Galatasaray - €157m
17. Hamburg - €135.4m
18. Fenerbahce - €126.4m
19. Roma - €124.4m
20. Atlético de Madrid - €120m
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