Manchester United and Arsenal have seen their values plummet – with Liverpool on the verge of becoming the most valuable club in the Premier League.
The Red Devils saw their value drop by £ 143 million, while the Gunners depreciated by £ 150 million.
Meanwhile, Liverpool – the new champions – have seen their value rise by £ 64 million as they approach United’s fierce rivals.
The Reds have risen to fourth place in the ranking of the world’s most valuable clubs, according to the Brand Finance Review.
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Man Utd marginally follows, with Real Madrid and Barcelona the leaders on the run.
Although he is still sitting at no. 1, Los Blancos has seen over £ 200m drop its value.
Barcelona, despite losing the LaLiga title to Real, saw a small boost of £ 18.1 million.
Manchester City slipped to fifth place in the league after its worth hit £ 118 million.
The German Bayern Munich champions were the biggest losers in the top ten, as their value plummeted by £ 233 million.
Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham – seventh and ninth respectively – made small gains.
But Chelsea (- £ 17 million) and Arsenal have seen their value take on real clubbing.
The huge slip of Man Utd shouldn’t be surprising.
In May, their debt was revealed to have gone up from £ 127.4 million to £ 429 million due to the crippling effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
With United worthy of falling, Liverpool now stands just £ 57 million behind their local opponents in their bid to become England’s most valuable team.
This article was originally published by The Sun and reproduced with permission.