sport news and worth almost £5bn on Forbes rich list  trends now

sport news and worth almost £5bn on Forbes rich list  trends now
sport news Real Madrid and Manchester United worth almost £5bn on Forbes rich list  trends now

sport news Real Madrid and Manchester United worth almost £5bn on Forbes rich list  trends now

Real Madrid and Manchester United are worth almost £5BILLION with Old Trafford club's value soaring 30 per cent on latest Forbes list amid takeover battle... with SIX Premier League clubs making the top 10 Real Madrid retained top ranking on the latest Forbes football club rich list Manchester United place second with their value rising dramatically to £4.8bn Liverpool, Man City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal also make the top 10 

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Real Madrid and Manchester United are both worth over $6billion, with six of the top 10 ranked clubs on the latest Forbes football rich list coming from the Premier League.

The business website values Real at $6.07bn [£4.9bn] with the reigning European champions hanging on to their top spot having increased their value by 19 per cent.

Forbes' valuation of United rocketed by 30 per cent to $6bn [£4.8bn] from last year amid a scramble to take over the Old Trafford club, which was put up for sale by the Glazer family last November.

Qatari banker Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani and Sir Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos Group have both submitted bids to buy United.

Real and United are the only two clubs to have ranked in the top five each year since Forbes began compiling the list in 2004.

Reigning European champions Real Madrid retained top spot in the latest Forbes club rich list

Reigning European champions Real Madrid retained top spot in the latest Forbes club rich list

Manchester United are valued at $6billion [£4.8bn] amid a battle to take control of the club

Manchester United are valued at $6billion [£4.8bn] amid a battle to take control of the club

Ratcliffe, who was ranked 27th on the 2022 Sunday Times Rich List, has a fortune worth around £30billion

His competitor to buy Man United, Sheikh Jassim, made a new bid to take over the club

Sir Jim Ratcliffe (left) and Sheikh Jassim from Qatar (right) are vying to take control of

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