Liverpool generated the most income from selling players to the big five leagues since 2010, but Juventus are in third place.
The list was drawn up by the CIES Football Observatory and presented the 100 teams who generated the most income from the transfer of players to big five league clubs since 2010.
Liverpool were on top, having made €442m from sales, ahead of Valencia on €432m and Juventus on €415m.
Much of that will no doubt come down to the world record transfer of Paul Pogba to Manchester United for €105m plus €5m bonuses.
Portuguese clubs came in fourth and fifth, as Benfica sold for €414m and Porto €382m.
Roma were the next Italians in eighth place on €367m, after Atletico Madrid and Tottenham, while Real Madrid and Chelsea somewhat surprisingly completed the top 10.
Udinese are in 14th place, having sold players to the tune of €292m over the last six years, while Inter sold €267m, Napoli €264m, Genoa €261m, Palermo €221m, Milan €209m and Fiorentina €197m.
Torino have climbed the rankings significantly of late, reaching 34th place with sales amounting to €161m and Sampdoria €159m.
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