Real set to retain status as world's richest club


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  • Friday, 04 Sep 2015

Real Madrid supporters wave their team's flags in downtown Lisbon May 24, 2014. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante

MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid look certain to retain their status as the world's richest club by income after the La Liga club's revenue for the 2014-15 season jumped 9.4 percent to 660.6 million euros ($733.33 million).

Real topped Deloitte's latest ranking of football's biggest earners for a 10th year in 2013-14 with income of 550 million euros, with English Premier League team Manchester United climbing into second place on 518 million, according to a report published in January.

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