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United fall down Rich List

Manchester United may pride themselves on being the “biggest club in the world” but their financial might has once again been overshadowed by the two biggest clubs in Spain, according to the latest annual Football Money League.

Real Madrid remain top of the Deloitte-compiled list for the fifth year running, becoming the first club in any sport to break through the €400 million (£374 million) revenue barrier in a single year. Spurs came eighth.

Owen happy on the bench

Michael Owen has no intention of leaving Manchester United in the summer, despite his lack of first-team opportunities this season, with the former England international maintaining he would rather be “playing a lesser role” at a leading club than holding down a regular place in a struggling Premier League team.

Man Utd takeover?

Jim O’Neill, a close friend of Sir Alex Ferguson, emerged last night as a key player among the Red Knights, who hope to wrest Manchester United from the clutches of the Glazer family.

As details emerged of the first tentative meeting between the group of leading City financiers who plan to put together a consortium to buy United, the name of O’Neill, who briefly served as a director at Old Trafford and has strong ties with Ferguson, figured prominently.

talkSPORT kick-off new website

With 2.5 million weekly listeners and live and exclusive Premier League commentary rights, the UK’s largest commercial sports radio station has even more good news – the launch of

The new talkSPORT website will see the arrival of an online platform to match the radio and magazine output that has made talkSPORT the home of great sporting debate.