Liverpool dethrone Barcelona to move to number 1 in Euro club index

Liverpool dethrone Barcelona to move to number 1 in Euro club index

- Liverpool have dethroned Spanish champions Barcelona on the European club index

- This will be the very first time Liverpool will find themselves topping the ranking

- Barcelona who were topping the ranking before are now occupying third position

Premier League giants Liverpool have dethroned Spanish champions Barcelona thereby moving to number one position in the European clubs index for the very first time.

Liverpool were on the verge of losing their last Premier League game against Aston Villa before coming back to win 2-1 thanks to goals from Robertson and Sadio Mane.

Jurgen Klopp's men are now maintaining their six-point lead on the Premier League standings this term.

The Reds who won the Champions League title last season are now being considered as strong favorites to win the 2019/20 Premier League title.

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Liverpool were ranked 37th halfway through Brendan Rodgers' first season and a lowly 27th when Jurgen Klopp first inherited the reins.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are missing on the top ten list as the Old Trafford club are occupying 11th position on the standings.

Here is the table below

1. Liverpool

2. Manchester City

3. Barcelona

4. Bayern Munich

5. Juventus

6. Atletico Madrid

7. Chelsea

8. Paris-Saint-Germain

9. Real Madrid

10. Arsenal

11. Manchester United

12. Borussia Dortmund

13. Tottenham

14. Ajax

15. Napoli

Earlier, had reported how Manchester United are surprise omission as the list of ten most valuable clubs across Europe was revealed with their Premier League rivals Man City adjudged the team with the best squad value.

According to Transfer Markt, the list was based on a total sum of all the players across European top flights and surprisingly, the Blues beat off competition from European big spenders to sit atop the list with €1.28 billion.

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