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  • Writer's pictureSebastian Friedrich

Football clubs that have earned the most through transfers since 1999

In the world of football, transfers are an important factor in building successful teams. Most top clubs spend huge sums on new players to strengthen their squad and win titles. However, there are also clubs that earn their money by selling players.


The following table shows the football clubs that have earned the highest revenues from player transfers since the 1999/2000 season.

  1. Juventus Turin - €1.64 billion

  2. Real Madrid - €1.46 billion

  3. Benfica Lisbon - €1.44 billion

  4. FC Chelsea - €1.41 billion

  5. FC Porto - €1.38 billion

  6. Inter Milan - €1.38 billion

  7. AS Monaco - €1.37 billion

  8. FC Barcelona - €1.37 billion

  9. Atlético Madrid - €1.29 billion

  10. AS Roma - €1.17 billion

  11. Ajax Amsterdam - €1.14 billion

  12. FC Liverpool - €1.12 billion

  13. Borussia Dortmund - €1.06 billion

  14. Olympique Lyon - €1.01 billion

  15. FC Sevilla - €0.99 billion

  16. Tottenham Hotspur - €0.96 billion

  17. Manchester City - €0.93 billion

  18. FC Valencia - €0.92 billion

  19. LOSC Lille - €0.87 billion

  20. Udinese Calcio - €0.82 billion

It is interesting to see that some of the biggest and most well-known football clubs, such as Manchester United, Bayern Munich, or Paris Saint-Germain, are not on this list, while others, such as Benfica Lisbon or AS Monaco, are surprisingly high up. These data show how important the transfer market has become in modern football and how large sums of money are being moved in this area.



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