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Barcelona Closes '13-14 Year With Club Record €530M Revenue, Including €41M Profit
Published July 30, 2014
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KINGS OF THE MARKET: MARCA reported 34 days before the summer transfer period closes, Barcelona and Real Madrid are leading world football in spending. Atlético Madrid is fifth in spending, but fourth in sales. Barcelona has spent €143M ($192M) to lead the market, with Real in second after spending €110M ($148M). Liverpool (€98.8M) ($132.5M) has spent the third-most, followed by Chelsea (€93.5M) ($125.4M) and Atlético (€88.5M) ($118.7M). The market leaders in sales from transfers are EPL Southampton (€119.5M) ($160.2M), followed by Ligue 1 Monaco (€86.5M) ($116M) and Liverpool (€81M) ($108.6M). Barcelona has earned €79.8M ($107M) on players it has sold (MARCA, 7/29).