Three-time Champions League-winning coach Zinedine Zidane left before the start of the 2018–19 season. A few days later, Cristiano Ronaldo walked that path. Unable to cope with the pressure, they have been knocked out in March from all three competitions of the season. However, such performance on the field did not have any effect on the financial side of Real.
Real Madrid is still the most expensive club in the world, behind Manchester United, Barcelona and Bayern Munich. According to the KPMG Football Benchmark 2020 Club Review Report, Madrid tops the list of the top 50 elite clubs in the European League.
This information, however, was collected from data five months ago. That is why the effects of the Corona epidemic did not fall here. However, Andre Sartori, KPMG’s regional head of sports, acknowledged that the club’s financial value would change because of COVID-19.
Earlier, Real Madrid dominated European football from the 2016 to 2018 season. According to statistics, the value of Los Blancos this season was 3478 million Euros.