Leeds United have been ranked inside the top 20 most valuable football clubs in the world by American business magazine Forbes as they begin their third season back in the Premier League.
The Whites sit in 19th place, with their worth at a mighty $800m (£690m) as they were one of the 11 English clubs in the top 20.
Just behind them sit Aston Villa and the three teams above them are all Premier League clubs, as Everton, Leicester City and West Ham United took the 16th, 17th and 18th places.
Topping the list were Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona who are worth $5.1 billion (£4.6 billion) and $5 billion (£4.5 billion) respectively while Manchester United sit in third, reportedly worth $4.6 billion (£4 billion).
Other English clubs on the list are Liverpool in fourth (£3.87 billion), Manchester City in sixth (£3.66 billion), Chelsea in eighth (£2.67 billion), Tottenham Hotspur in tenth (£2.03 billion) and Arsenal in 11th (£1.77 billion).
Most notably however, Leeds were only one of six to have no debt value alongside Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund and Aston Villa.
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