Premier League’s top six most valuable clubs as Liverpool climb and Spurs leapfrog Arsenal

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Money and success aren't mutually exclusive – just ask Leicester City.

But it certainly helps compete with the big boys if you are indeed yourself a big boy.

The Premier League is the richest division in the world, and it's competitive at the very top of the table with historically big clubs like Manchester United and Liverpool up against new-money sides like Manchester City and Chelsea.

Each year KPMG publishes a valuation report ranking the 32 most prominent football clubs based on their Enterprise Value.

The figures for 2020 showed that Real Madrid remain the richest football club on the planet with a net worth of £2.95bn – a rise of 1.5 per cent from last season.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United are the richest club in the UK
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Manchester United are the richest club in the Premier League, and they come in second behind Real Madrid, which a net worth of £2.84bn.

Despite the Red Devils retaining their position of richest club in England and second-richest in Europe, they still saw their total wealth decline by 2 per cent in 2020.

Barcelona are the third richest club in Europe, with Bayern Munich fourth and Paris Saint-Germain all the way down in ninth.

The rest of the top ten are made up of five Premier League teams.

Jose Mourinho's Tottenham leapfrogged Arsenal in 2020
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Premier League rich list rankings

1. Manchester United – £2.84bn (-2%)

2. Liverpool – £2.26bn (+19.3%)

3. Manchester City – £2.21bn (-0.3%)

4. Chelsea – £1.88bn (-6.3%)

5. Tottenham – £1.75bn (+15.8%)

6. Arsenal – £1.57bn (-13.2%)

* All figures are compiled by KPMG. The valuation report for 2021 is due around May.

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