Real Madrid have claimed the mantle of the highest-earning club in world football after posting record revenues in their latest financial figures.
The European champions saw revenue rise 7.4 per cent in 2015-16 to EUR620 million, eclipsing the figures recorded by Barcelona and Manchester United.
Barca's total of EUR679m included player sales (thought to amount to approximately EUR67m), unlike that of Madrid, while United brought in EUR570m when their latest records were released in September.
Madrid have also wiped out EUR96m of debt but profit decreased by 22.5 per cent, from EUR55.9m to EUR43.3m.
A club statement read: "The Real Madrid Board of Directors have agreed to call an Ordinary General Assembly for October 23, 2016.
"The corresponding results for the 2015-2016 season which will be submitted for approval are as follows: Operating revenues for the financial year 2015-16, without taking into account capital gains obtained as a result of player transfers, have topped 600 million euros for the first time, reaching a figure of EUR620m, a 7.4 per cent increase on the previous financial year.
"A pre-tax profit of EUR43.3m has been recorded, which is 22.5 per cent less than the previous financial year. This is due to the non-recurrent effect of player transfers, despite the operating improvements recorded. After achieving a net profit (after tax) of EUR30.3m, net worth has risen to EUR442.2m.
"The cash balance has risen by EUR102.6m to reach a figure of EUR211.5m, thanks to higher cash flow generated by operations and restraints on investments.
"As a result of the increase in liquid assets and the reduction of creditor balances by investments, the net debt has fallen by EUR108.9m to sit at a figure of EUR-13.1m, which in reality represents, not a debt but rather a net liquidity position. Therefore, multiples of debt over EBITDA and net worth have been reduced to zero, indicating a position of maximum solvency."