Juventus up the rich list to become the seventh most profitable football club in the world.
Financial giant Forbes analysed football clubs around the world last season to gauge their earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and player transactions are taken into consideration.
Juventus are the sole Italian representatives in the top 10, making a cool $81 million profit last season.
Trailing the Bianconeri in the top 10 are Tottenham Hotspur, Schalke and Bayern Munich.
Immediately above the Old Lady are Barcelona, who are in turn dwarfed by Liverpool and Arsenal.
Manchester City are third whilst Real Madrid take the silver medal, amassing $293 million profit between them.
Top of the pile, however, is Manchester United.
The Red Devils added $190 million to the club’s bank account last season, despite struggling on the pitch.