The giallorossi improved their ranking in the last few years. Barcelona lead the group.
Although still nowadays Italian sides cannot be economically compared to the Spanish and British powerhouses, the giallorossi are included in the first 20 positions of the list of the 100 most valuable teams in the world. Pallotta‘s club currently is in the 17th spot of this ranking.
According to ‘Transfermarkt’, the most valuable club in the world is Barcelona. The market value of the blaugrana is €1.16 billion.
Behind Valverde‘s side, there’s Manchester City (€1.06b) followed by the European Champions Real Madrid (€973m).
It’s interesting to know that Liverpool have climbed this particular ranking. Klopp‘s is currently leading a group worth (€891m). The British side made a couple of top-deals with the giallorossi in the last two transfer windows having brought Salah and Alisson to Anfield road. The Reds are ahead of Chelsea (€874m), Manchester United (€855m), and PSG (€850m).
The first Italian club on the list is Juventus (€768 million). Agnelli‘s team is in the 11th position.
Nowadays, Roma is worth €399 million. The giallorossi are behind Everton (€433m) and ahead of Valencia (€388m).