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Where Milan, Inter, Juventus and Roma rank among top 30 most valuable clubs

AC Milan are the second must valuable club in Serie A, a study has shown, above their city rivals Inter but behind Juventus.

Forbes (via Calcio e Finanza) have drawn up a ranking of the 30 most valuable football clubs in the world. For the first time a club exceeds the valuation of six billion dollars as Real Madrid are worth $6.07bn. Los Blancos are positioned ahead of Manchester United ($6bn) and their big rivals Barcelona ($5.51bn).

The 30 teams on the list have an average value of $2.17bn while the 2022 ranking included only 20 clubs, at an average valuation of $2.53bn. If we exclude the last 10 from this year’s ranking, the average value is $2.89bn, 14% higher.

The increase in the value of the clubs is not the result of the variation in revenues but the higher corporate multiples (data calculated by dividing the corporate value by the revenues) that the buyers they are paying to take over the clubs. For example, Manchester United could be sold for $6bn, 7.7 times more than its revenue.

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In terms of Italian clubs, Juventus lead the way in 11th place with a value of $2.16bn, recording a decrease of 12% from last year. Three placed below are Milan, with a valuation of $1.4bn (value up by 17%).

Inter ​​are 16th, at $1.06bn, +3% from the previous year. The last Italian team in the standings is Roma, who at $724m are in 27th position. The Giallorossi saw their value grow by 11% compared to 2022.

Here is the complete ranking:

  1. Real Madrid – $6.07bn
  2. Manchester United – $6bn
  3. Barcellona – $5.51bn
  4. Liverpool – $5.29bn
  5. Manchester City – $4.99bn
  6. Bayern Monaco – $4.86bn
  7. Paris Saint-Germain – $4.21bn
  8. Chelsea – $3.21bn
  9. Tottenham – $2.8bn
  10. Arsenal – $2.26bn
  11. Juventus – $2.16bn
  12. Borussia Dortmund – $1.93bn
  13. Atletico Madrid – $1.54bn
  14. Milan – $1.4bn
  15. West Ham – $1.08bn
  16. Inter – $1.03bn
  17. Los Angeles FC – $1bn
  18. Los Angeles Galaxy – $925m
  19. Atlanta United – $850m
  20. Crystal Palace – $806m
  21. New York City – $800m
  22. Newcastle – $794m
  23. Leicester – $781m
  24. Aston Villa – $756m
  25. Everton – $744m
  26. Lyon – $734m
  27. Roma – $724m
  28. DC United – $700m
  29. Toronto FC – $690m
  30. Austin FC – $680m

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