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The 30 Most Valuable Clubs In World Football Right Now Have Been Revealed

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The 30 Most Valuable Clubs In World Football Right Now Have Been Revealed

Liverpool have narrowly edged out Premier League rivals Manchester City to be named the most valuable club in world football right now.

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Transfermarkt has now revealed that Liverpool are the most valuable squad in the world with a market valuation of £972.63m.

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Liverpool's £972.63m value helped them nudge out City to the top spot, with their Premier League rivals coming second with £971.64m.

Barcelona and Bayern Munich came third and fourth respectively with £790.65m and £787.19m squad valuations.

Meanwhile, defending French champions Paris Saint-Germain round off the top five most valuable squads with their £772.88m market valuation.

Posted below are the 30 most valuable teams in world football right now.

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30. Real Sociedad (La Liga): £278.64m

29. AS Monaco (Ligue 1): £280.53m

28. Aston Villa (Premier League): £280.62m

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27. Borussia Monchengladbach (Bundesliga): £282.04m

26. Bayer Leverkusen (Bundesliga): £291.11m

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25. AS Roma (Serie A): £303.03m

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24. Lyon (Ligue 1): £305.33m

23. Sevilla (La Liga): £314.01m

22. Lazio (Serie A): £325.62m

21. Atalanta (Serie A): £335.66m

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20. Wolverhampton Wanderers (Premier League): £349.11m

19. AC Milan (Serie A): £368.91m

18. Leicester City (Premier League): £422.10m

17. RB Leipzig (Bundesliga): £463.12m

16. Everton (Premier League): £463.14m

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15. Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga): £528.53m

14. Napoli (Serie A): £534.58m

13. Arsenal (Premier League): £568.76m

12. Inter Milan (Serie A): £616.59m

11. Juventus (Serie A): £621.18m

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10. Atletico Madrid (La Liga): £661.95m

9. Tottenham Hotspur (Premier League): £664.70m

8. Manchester United (Premier League): £719.87m

7. Chelsea (Premier League): £755.01m

6. Real Madrid (La Liga): £769.50m

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5. Paris Saint-Germain (Ligue 1): £772.88m

4. Bayern Munich (Bundesliga): £787.19m

3. Barcelona (La Liga): £790.65m

2. Manchester City (Premier League): £971.64m

1. Liverpool (Premier League): £972.63m

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Topics: Manchester City, Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Barcelona, Serie A, Ligue 1, PSG, Atletico Madrid, Premier League, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, La Liga

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