Deloitte recently released a list of the top 20 football clubs in the world ranked in order of how much revenue they make, and it once again hammers home the fact that the Premier League's latest TV deal makes them the envy of all but a few of the world's biggest clubs.
Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona earned the most money last season, netting €577m and €561m respectively, with Manchester United coming in third by taking home €520m.
PSG and Bayern Munich round out the top five.
The positions of Everton and Inter Milan sum up just how far the Italian league has fallen in relation to the increasingly wealthy Premier League middle class. There have been rumours for years that Everton might be the subject of a takeover bid but as you can see from this list, they still earned more revenue last season than Inter Milan, a traditional European powerhouse who won the Champions League in 2010.
There are nine Premier League clubs on the list in all, although with Newcastle flirting with the relegation zone there could be the strange situation of one of the world's biggest revenue-generating clubs playing outside their top flight.