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In the most recent Deloitte Football Money League standings, Liverpool drops to sixth place

<p>Liverpool has fallen from third position to seventh, the most of any team in the top 20, after Deloitte discovered that their income had decreased somewhat from £594.3 million to £593.8 million.</p>
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<p>Deloitte credited the Reds’ on-field performance for that decline, given that the team finished fifth in the Premier League and eliminated from the Champions League in the round of 16.</p>
<p>Despite having a higher income number than the previous season, Manchester United fell to sixth position, while Real Madrid overtook triple winners City, who now rank second despite having a record Premier League revenue figure in their most recent reports.</p>
<p>The Money League does not examine operational expenses; instead, it examines income data from teams’ 2022–2023 annual reports.</p>
<p>In comparison to the previous year, Tottenham and Chelsea traded positions, with Spurs moving up to eighth place and Arsenal staying in 10th.</p>
<p>Real Madrid topped the pack with £723 million in income in 2022–2023, showing that even if Florentino Perez, the club’s president, is undoubtedly the most ardent supporter of a Super League, Real is succeeding outside of the present European football environment.</p>
<p>With £696 million in income, Barcelona jumped three spots to seventh position, while Paris St. Germain made their debut appearance in the top three.</p>
<p>“There is a point in time, a moment here, where you have Real Madrid and Barcelona redeveloping their stadiums, they have made moves towards controlling much more of their operations, particularly merchandising and licensing, so those revenue figures are a result of direct changes they have made to their business model,” said Tim Bridge, lead partner in Deloitte’s Sports Business Group, to the PA news agency.</p>
<p>“When considering the Premier League as a whole, we can’t say with 100% certainty that the major domestic growth in media rights is over, but we can say that single-figure percentage growth is the likely outcome in that domestic market in the absence of significant competition entering that market. Consequently, the emphasis is on what can be accomplished in the global market.</p>
<p>The fact that television rights have grown to the point where major distributions have been handed to ten or eleven Premier League teams has always been the foundation for their participation in the Money League. Premier League rights have somewhat plateaued as other leagues have caught up.</p>
<p>According to Deloitte, the top 20 clubs made a total of 10.5 billion euros (£9 billion), which is 14% more than they did the previous year.</p>
<p>Barcelona Femeni’s income increased by 74% to £11.6 million, making them the highest-earning women’s club globally.</p>

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