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New York: In the latest list of Forbes magazine’s rich list of world’s most valuable sports team, the Manchester United has slipped to fifth position.
 
In 2011 and 2012, Manchester United were at the top of the list but have now fallen to fifth position with a net value of $3.32bn.
 
The Old Trafford team has been overtaken by Texas-based American football side NFL franchise Dallas Cowboys with their net worth at $4bn. Real Madrid follow close at $3.65bn while La Liga rivals Barcelona are in at the third place valued $3.55bn.
 
Top 10 sports teams in Forbes magazine’s most valuable list:
 
1. Dallas Cowboys – $4bn – NFL
2. Real Madrid – $3.65bn – FOOTBALL
3. Barcelona – $3.55bn – FOOTBALL
4. New York Yankees – $3.4bn – MLB
5. Manchester United – $3.32bn – FOOTBALL
6. New England Patriots – $3.2bn – NFL 
7. New York Knicks – $3bn – NBA 
8. Washington Redskins – $2.85bn – NFL
9. New York Giants – $2.8bn – NFL
10. Los Angeles Lakers – $2.7bn – NBA
10. San Francisco 49ers – $2.7bn – NFL
 
First Published | 14 July 2016 4:31 PM
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