Juventus are the seventh most profitable football club in the world, according to Forbes, making $81m.
The financial giant analysed clubs for the 2014-15 season and found Juve were the only Italian representatives in the top 10.
The Bianconeri came in seventh place with $81m, aided also by reaching the Champions League Final, winning the Scudetto and Coppa Italia.
The calculations are based on earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and player trading.
Manchester United might be struggling on the field, but they dominate off it, making $190m.
Top 10 most profitable clubs for 2014-15:
1 Manchester United $190m
2 Real Madrid $162m
3 Manchester City $131m
4 Arsenal $122m
5 Liverpool $115m
6 Barcelona $108m
7 Juventus $81m
8 Tottenham Hotspur $73m
9 Schalke $67m
10 Bayern Munich $60m