5. Arsenal’s value for 2016 is $2.02 billion 8. Liverpool’s value for 2016 stands at $1.55 billion according to Forbes – take a look at the full list of the world’s most valuable football clubs by clicking the arrow above, right 8 8 8 8 3. Manchester United’s value for 2016 is $3.32 billion 8 1. Real Madrid’s value for 2016 is $3.65 billion 8 4. Bayern Munich’s value for 2016 is $2.68 billion 8 2. Barcelona’s value for 2016 is $3.55 billion 8 6. Manchester City’s value for 2016 is $1.92 billion 7. Chelsea’s value for 2016 is $1.67 billion Money, money, money – it’s what keeps football ticking.From players’ wages to mammoth transfer fees, the financial side of the game really gets us talking.And illustrating the importance of money matters, American business magazine Forbes has released its 2016 list of the most valuable sports teams in the world.Included are the top eight football clubs with the highest value – check out which teams have made it by viewing the slideshow above.
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