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Seven soccer clubs among 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams
Forbes.com, July 13th, 2017 6:23PM
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The Forbes' list of 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams, led by the Dallas Cowboys ($4.2 billion) and New York Yankees ($3.7 billion), includes seven soccer clubs: No. 3 Manchester United ($3.69 billion), No. 4  Barcelona  ($3.64 billion),  No. 5 Real Madrid ($3.58 billion), No. 15 Bayern Munich ($2.71 billion), No. 35 Manchester City ($2.083 billion), No. 43 Arsenal ($1.93 billion) and No. 46 Chelsea ($1.845 billion). Read the original story...


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