PSG have overtaken Manchester City as the most financially powerful club in world football.
PSG now have the most financial power of any club according to the annual Soccerex Football Finance 100 report.
The French outfit overtook Manchester City who are now in second place.
The report is bad news for Manchester United who dropped eight places and out of the top ten for the first time.
Bayern Munich are third and Real Madrid fifth, with Tottenham making a shock appearance at fourth place.
The clubs are rated by a football finance index score, which is based on the value of the current squad, tangible assets, finance available in their accounts and potential owner investment and net debt.
PSG have always flexed their financial muscle over the years and this report comes as a boost for them with respect to FFP regulations.
PSG top the list with an FFI score of 5.318. They and second-placed Manchester City (5.197) are way ahead of the chasing pack.
The likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are in sixth, seventh and eight position respectively.
PSG would be hoping this fortified financial power will help them keep superstar Mbappe at the club.
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