Manchester United remain the Premier League's richest club.
United are still the top-ranked English club in terms of revenue generated but their 23-year dominance of Deloitte's Football Money League could come under threat from United's earnings of £627.1million for 2018-19 puts them third overall in the table, behind Spanish giants Barcelona (£741.1m) and Real Madrid (£667.5m).
In all there are eight Premier League clubs in the Money League top 20, more than any other country, and all the clubs hail from Europe's big five leagues of England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
2020 Deloitte Football Money League table in full:
1. Barcelona - €840.8m (£741.1m)
2. Real Madrid - €757.3m (£667.5m)
3. Manchester United - €711.5m (£627.1m)
4. Bayern Munich - €660.1m (£581.8m)
5. Paris Saint Germain - €635.9m (£560.5m)
6. Manchester City - €610.6m (£538.2m)
7. Liverpool - €604.7m (£533m)
8. Tottenham - €521.1m (£459.3m)
9. Chelsea - €513.1m (£452.2m)
10. Juventus - €459.7m (£405.2m)
11. Arsenal - €445.6m (£392.7m)
12. Borussia Dortmund - €377.1m (£332.4m)
13. Atletico Madrid - (€367.6m (£324.0m)
14. Inter Milan (€364.6m (£321.3m)
15. Schalke (€324.8m (£286.3m)
16. Roma (€231.0m (£203.6m)
17. Lyon (€220.8m (£194.6m)
18. West Ham - €216.4m (£190.7m)
19. Everton - €213.0m (£187.7m)
20. Napoli - €207.4m (£182.8m)