Manchester United have held on to top spot as the world’s richest club, by just £1.7 million from Real Madrid.
It is the 10th time United have been top of the list, compiled by Deloitte, for the highest revenue generating club in the world.
United generated revenue of €676 million (£581 million), pipping Champions League winners Real Madrid, even though the Spanish giants’ success in Europe’s most prestigious club competition saw their revenue grow in the last 12 months by 54.5 million euros.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been released by Manchester United as per the Premier League (EPL) official website.
The Swedish talisman ends his one-year association with the Old Trafford club with his contract expiry.
The Red Devils have declined a mutual option to extend the Swedish striker's stay at Old Trafford for a further 12 months, with Ibrahimovic expected to be out until 2018 after undergoing surgery to repair his damaged cruciate ligament last month.
Manchester United have won the Europa League final after beating Dutch side Ajax 2-0 in today's final.
The victory means the Red Devils qualify for next season's Champions League tournament joining fellow English sides Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool.
Frenchman Paul Pogba opened the scoring in the 18th minute before Henrikh Mkhitaryan made it 2-0 shortly after halftime with a slick finish with his back to goal.
The victory will see them qualify for next season's Champions League despite finishing 6th in this season's Premier League campaign.
Manchester United will meet Dutch giants Ajax in the Europa League final after both clubs advanced from their semifinal clashes on Thursday night.
United are just one win away from Champions League qualification after a 1-1 draw over Celta Vigo at Old Trafford to book their place in the Europa final 2-1 on aggregate.
Ajax's big win from the first leg was just enough to see them past Lyon, who won the second leg 3-1 but fell a goal short of reaching the final as the Dutch club advanced 5-4 on aggregate.
Marouane Fellaini saw red for headbutting Sergio Aguero as Manchester City retained a slim advantage in their top-four battle with Manchester United following a frantic goalless draw at the Etihad Stadium.
Fellaini's moment of madness - a clear butt on Aguero as the pair clashed following a trip by the Belgian - came six minutes from time in a tense stalemate that leaves City a point in front of their neighbours and in charge of the Champions League race.
Chelsea capitalised on Ander Herrera's sending-off to win a hard-fought FA Cup quarter-final with holders Manchester United and maintain their pursuit of a domestic double.
Herrera's dismissal for two fouls on Eden Hazard gave the advantage to the Blues midway through the first half.
The brilliant N'Golo Kante fired home the only goal - his second this season, both of which have been against United.
Chelsea dominated thereafter but spurned chances to add to their lead.
Manchester United will be without all four of their recognised strikers for the FA Cup quarter-final clash with Chelsea this evening.
Following a collision with Phil Jones in training yesterday, captain Wayne Rooney is the most recent victim of United's striker crisis, with Ibrahimović serving the first of his three-game ban tonight, Martial missing out due to injury and Rashford suffering from illness.
This cup tie will be the first time Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge after his side's 4-0 drumming at the hands of Conte's league runaways.
Internat and cable provider Flow has teamed up with current FA Cup holders, Manchester United to bring the FA Cup trophy to Trinidad and Tobago today.
The trophy will arrive in Trinidad this afternoon, where it will be on show at the Flow Sports headquarters and will be showcased at activities for fans over a two-day period.
On January 18th, the trophy will be taken to Barbados, then on to Jamaica from January 19th - 21st and will end the tour of the Caribbean in the Cayman Islands from January 21st to 24th.