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KPMG has released its latest list of the richest football clubs in the world, with a Premier League club beating the likes of Real Madrid and FC Barcelona.Manchester United have moved clear of Real Madrid after both were valued equally at the end of the 2015/16 season.The Red Devils are now valued at €3.004 billion (R44.38 billion), while Los Blancos follow with a worth of €2.895 billion (R42.77 billion) ahead of Barcelona on €2.688 billion (R39.71 billion).

The list comprises six Premier League sides, two La Liga teams, one German club and one Serie A team.

Football’s 10 highest valued teams, according to KPMG:

1) Manchester United (€3.004bn – R44.38bn)

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2) Real Madrid (€2.895bn – R42.77bn)

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3) Barcelona (€2.688bn – R39.71bn)

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4) Bayern Munich (€2.367bn – R34.97bn)

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5) Manchester City (€1.909bn – R28.20bn)

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6) Arsenal (€1.882bn – R27.80bn)

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7) Chelsea (€1.524bn – R22.51bn)

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8) Liverpool (€1.260bn – R18.61bn)

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9) Juventus (€1.158bn – R17.11bn)

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10) Tottenham Hotspur (€978m – R14.49bn)

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