Forbes annually conduct an evaluation of the major football clubs in Europe and draws up a list considering different data such as the estimated value of the company, the debt / value entries.
The ranking of the year 2009 sees the Manchester United in first place with an estimated value of 1.87 billion dollars, followed by Real Madrid in second place with an estimated value of 1.353 billion dollars and Arsenal in third place with an estimated value of 1.2 billion dollars. The first of the Italian companies is that Milan is in sixth place with an estimated value of $ 990 million, the second company is Italian Ranked Juventus, ranked ninth with an estimated value of $ 600 million. Following the Roma in thirteenth place with an estimated value of 381 million dollars and immediately after surgery in fourteenth place with an estimated value of $ 370 million.
Considering the revenue you that Real Madrid is in first place in the standings with 576 million of revenue, followed by Manchester United with 512 million, in third place with 487 million Barcelona.
With regard to the first Italian companies is Milan (eighth place) with 330 million in revenue, followed by Roma with 276 million, 272 million with Inter and Juventus with 264 million.
With regard to the debts Arsenal are now more in debt, followed by Newcastle and Chelsea. Among Italian companies is the most indebted Inter, followed by Roma, Juventus and finally by Milan.
Other annual Forbes rankings relate to the years 2008 , 2007 , 2006 , 2005 .
Manchester United, Real Madrid and Arsenal are respectively the first, second and third place in the rankings by value from 2007 to 2009, in particular Manchester United is in first place continuously since 2005.