Real Madrid have been ranked the richest football club for the 12th year running according to the latest report by world-renowned consulting company Deloitte.
The report states that Madrid generated £686.4 million from the past year, and are ahead of their bitter rivals Barcelona, who are second with £631.2 million.
England's top six clubs are on the top 10 list led by Manchester United who are third on the log with an income of £608.8.
Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal have also made the list, after improved incomes last season.
Madrid's success comes after there recent triumphs in the Champions League and expanding on their income-generating and collection avenues.
Here is the list of the top team.
- Real Madrid - €750.9 million
- Barcelona - €690.4
- Manchester United - €666
- Bayern Munich - €629.2
- Manchester City - €568.4
- PSG - €541.7
- Liverpool - €513.7
- Chelsea - €505.7
- Arsenal - €439.2
- Tottenham - €428.3