Glick: Manchester City revenue set to soar

The Blues made it into the top 10 last year following a 51 per cent increase in revenue, and the most recent figures show them in seventh with earnings of £242million, behind Real Madrid (£435m), Barcelona (£410m), Manchester United (£336m), Bayern Munich (£313m), Chelsea (£274m) and Arsenal (£246m).

And Glick expects City's financial performance to go from strength to strength.

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