The Reds have this week been ranked as the eighth most valuable team in world football by Forbes magazine.
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Our ranking comes with good reason; we’ve got fans across the world and our history of success is virtually unrivalled. The gap to our biggest Premier League rivals will be closed with the stadium expansion and our amazing young players look set for unprecedented levels of success.
Indeed, if we can return to the days where we were competing regularly in the Champions League, then there’s little reason why we can’t continue to move up in the standings.
We finished second in the Premier League last season, qualifying for Europe’s premier competition for the first time in five years. We’re fifth this year but retain hopes of making the top four after Saturday’s 2-1 win over QPR.
Of the teams currently above us, four are English – Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal – while European giants Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich also rank highly.
You can read the full breakdown of the ranking process by clicking HERE.