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Manchester City take the biggest leap in the list of Europe's richest football clubs. The Premier league big spenders have risen from 20th up to 11th taking in $152.8m in the latest Deloitte Money League figures.
City's rivals Manchester United are the higest placed Premier League club in third ($349.8m), while Arsenal ($274.1m) are fifth, Chelsea ($255.9m) are sixth, and Liverpool ($225.3m) drop to eigth.
Spanish giants Real Madrid top list with $438.6m, ahead of their big rivals Barcelona ($398.1m) in second.
Bayern Munich ($323m), AC Milan ($235.8m), Inter Milan ($224.8m) and Juventus ($205m) make up the top ten, while Tottenham ($146.3m) came 12th and Aston Villa ($109.4m) complete the English represntation in 20th.
The figures are taken from the 2009/10 season.