Manchester City's Champions League clash with Barcelona has been dubbed the '£655 million game'. According to the Deloitte Football Money League, the last 16 tie brings together two of the wealthiest clubs in the world - with a combined revenue last season of £655million, reports the Daily Mail.

They rank Barcelona as the second wealthiest club in the world with revenue of £394.8million, behind only their great rivals Real Madrid, who are worth £425million.

City come sixth in the Money League table, with revenue of £258million.


1. Real Madrid £425m

2. Barcelona £394.8m

3. Bayern Munich £353m

4. Manchester United £346m

5. Paris Saint-Germain £325m

6. Manchester City £258m

7. Chelsea £248m

8. Arsenal £232m