9 May 2024 - 4:30 AM



Thursday briefing: Manchester United named world’s most valuable football club at $6.2 billion

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Manchester United have been named the world’s most valuable football club in a list of the global top 50 compiled by Sportico.

United are valued at $6.2 billion, with Real Madrid ($6.06 billion), FC Barcelona ($5.28 billion), Liverpool ($5.11 billion) and Bayern Munich ($4.8 billion) completing the top five.

The list also features 20 MLS clubs, who have a cumulative valuation of $15.1 billion. Los Angeles FC ($1.15 billion) are the highest-ranked MLS club in 15th, with Atlanta U

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