Liverpool progress to 4th position on world’s most valuable club rankings following EPL win.
Liverpool recorded one more success after winning the 2019/20 Premier League title as the Reds are today dominating fourth on the table of world’s most valuable club rankings.
The Reds hang on for 30 years before Jurgen Klopp provided the Anfield fans the Premier League trophy triumphing Manchester City.
Corresponding to the newest edition of the brand finance football annual, Liverpool value risen by 6% to £1.143 billion cheers to their Premier League title win.
But notwithstanding their achievement winning the Premier League title, Liverpool are following rivals Manchester United filling third position.
The Old Trafford landlords have £143m drop, while Liverpool noted £64.3m rise in their value.
Even though they won the Spanish La Liga title for the 2019/20 season, Real Madrid in spite of everything upholding top spot with £205m fall.
Their biggest rivals in the Spanish La Liga Barcelona occupying second position on the rankings.
World’s Most Valuable Club Rankings
- REAL MADRID £1.286bn / 13.8 per cent- (£205m fall)
- BARCELONA £1.280bn / 1.4 per cent + (£18.1m rise)
- MANCHESTER UNITED £1.190bn / 10.7 per cent – (£143m fall)
- LIVERPOOL £1.143bn / 6 per cent + (£64.3m rise)
- MANCHESTER CITY £1.018bn / 10.4 per cent – (£118m fall)
- BAYERN MUNICH £957m / 19.6 per cent – (£233m fall)
- PSG £876m / 5.8 per cent + (£48m rise)
- CHELSEA £859m / 1.9 per cent – (£17m fall)
- TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR £710m / 3.3 per cent + (£23.5m rise)
- ARSENAL £651m / 18.18 per cent – (£150m fall)
On the table above, it can be seen that six Premier League clubs made it to the top 10 which is a superb record for English football.