LeBron James and FSG Owned Liverpool Overtakes Manchester United in Money League With a Massive Gap

Published 01/20/2023, 5:45 AM EST

Liverpool is undoubtedly one of the most successful soccer clubs in the world, with its rich history and achievements. The club is also owned in part by NBA legend LeBron James via the Fenway Sports Group. And now the merry side team has overtaken their major rivals, Manchester United, in the Money League.

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According to the latest Deloitte Money League survey, the English soccer club Liverpool has surprisingly overtaken Manchester United in overall revenue generated. The Deloitte Money League is a survey that calculates the revenue collected by soccer clubs and organizes it in a league table.

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Liverpool overtakes Man United with a massive gap

In the 26th edition of the survey, Liverpool has taken over Manchester United. And has made its place in the third position, the highest for the club in all the survey history. With revenue of $732.4 million, Liverpool placed third in the Deloitte Money League, while United, in fourth, generated $718 million.

This is a big jump for Liverpool who was in seventh position in the previous year with $678 million, while the red devils were in fifth with $688 million generated in revenue. Liverpool has been on a sharp rise over the past few years under the ownership of Fenway Sports Group and LeBron James.

Good news for Liverpool and LeBron James

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This is good news for Liverpool fans, as the club looks to build on its recent success and challenge for more trophies in the coming seasons. It is also a boost for James, who has seen his investment in the club pay off in a big way. LeBron James’ $5 million investment that he made back in 2011 is now worth around a whopping $90 million.

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This also means there will be many new investors interested in being part of the team. This will certainly help the club to reach certain new heights. It will be interesting to see how this affects the rivalry between Liverpool and Manchester United, as this rivalry is one of the most storied in all of the sports.

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With Liverpool now ahead of United in the Money League, there is sure to be even more competition between these two powerhouses. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments.

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Saransh Chauhan

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Saransh Chauhan is a Soccer Writer at EssentiallySports. He has an open-minded set of interests, from soccer and video games to anime and music. As an avid gamer, he enjoys playing all genres of video games.

Edited By: Sreeda U M

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