Manchester City have recorded their highest ranking yet on the annual Deloitte Football Money League, overtaking Paris Saint-Germain to climb into fifth place.
This comes after City recorded revenues of £392.6 million in 2015/16, with Premier League clubs just getting richer and richer with more television money than ever.
The general increase in wealth being shared among Premier League clubs is what has sent neighbours Manchester United back to the top of the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time in eleven years, as they overtook Real Madrid.
City continue to build their brand and revenues, with yearly increases in income, which has led to the club becoming self-sustainable and one of the most financially powerful in the world – even without the assistance of the club owner, which UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules put the brakes on.
Here is the top ten in full of the Deloitte Football Money League for 2015/16: