Money League: Real Madrid falls to third behind Man United and Barcelona

Manchester United is again the world's richest soccer club after revenue grew to a record $735 million in 2015-16, according to Deloitte's annual Money League. United knocked Real Madrid from the top spot after 11 years. Real dropped to third behind Barcelona. Bayern Munich is fourth and Manchester City fifth.  Eight of the top 20 (including five of the top 10) revenue generators are from the EPL.

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