From someone on Reddit -
"–]AdamTreff 3 points 4 hours ago
Liverpool become the third English club to break the £500m barrier and retain seventh place in this year’s Money League. The club will now have the clubs above them in its sights rather than those behind. Revenue increased £77.9m (17%) following a strong season that saw them crowned Champions League winners and finish an agonisingly close second to Manchester City in the Premier League, emphasising the virtuous cycle of on-pitch success and positive financial performance.
Broadcast revenue increased £41.2m (19%) due to greater UEFA distributions and the club receiving the highest Premier League distribution. Commercial growth of £34.6m (23%) was fuelled by sponsor bonuses from a successful Champions League campaign and greater exploitation of Anfield, with the venue hosting summer concerts for the first time since 2008, in a bid to develop the stadium into a genuine year-round visitor attraction.
Liverpool are expected to retain seventh place in next year’s Money League, particularly if the club captures its first Premier League title and enjoys a run to the latter stages of the Champions League once again. Whilst it is unlikely that Liverpool will improve its placing next year due to new commercial deals signed by Manchester City, long-term ambitions of a top five Money League position in future editions are not unrealistic. The Reds recently opted not to renew their technical kit agreement with New Balance to strike a deal with Nike, to support efforts to monetise the power of their brand globally. The new deal provides access to a global distribution network that could improve the sale of club merchandise and subsequently increase commercial revenue."https://old.reddit.com/r/LiverpoolFC/comments/eodkv0/deloitte_money_league_liverpool_at_7th/