Real Madrid top the Deloitte Money League for 2016

17 of the top 30 teams are from the Premier League

Real Madrid top the Deloitte Money League for 2016

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Real Madrid have topped the Deloitte Money League for the eleventh year in a row. 

The Spanish giants earned more than half a billion euro last year in revenue to keep them at the top of the table ahead of Spanish rivals Barcelona.

Manchester United finished third on the list, although Deloitte confirmed that they expect the Manchester club top the table in next year's report for 2016. This is due to a new sponsorship deal with Adidas and Louis van Gaal's side returning to the Champions League this season.  

Premier League clubs dominate the report with Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool all inside the top-ten. Four other Premier League teams including Newcastle United and West Ham United are also in the top-20.

Bournemouth, Norwich City and Watford who were promoted to the Premier League this season are the only three teams from the English top-tier not make the top-30.

You can read the full report here.