Every year the Deloitte accountancy firm publishes a ranking of football clubs based on their yearly revenue. This year’s report has made the financial gap between Serie A and Europe’s other top leagues even more apparent.

Juventus are the highest-ranked team in Italy as they are in 10th and Inter are next in 14th. Roma, Atalanta, Napoli, Lazio, and AC Milan are the remaining Italian teams within the last seven on the rankings.

When one considers that Serie A is competing with the Premier League, La Liga, and Bundesliga but occupies just 2 of the top 22 spots, it shows the league’s current state and that things need to change for Italian football clubs financially.

See the full list below:

1. Manchester City – €644.9m

2. Real Madrid – €640.7m

3. Bayern Munich – €611.4m

4. Barcelona – €582.1m

5. Manchester United – €558m

6. Paris Saint-Germain – €556.2m

7. Liverpool – €550.4m

8. Chelsea – €493.1m

9. Juventus – €433.5m

10. Tottenham – €406.2m

11. Arsenal – €366.5m

12. Borussia Dortmund – €337.6m

13. Atlético Madrid – €332.8m

14. Inter – €330.9m

15. Leicester – €255m

16. West Ham – €221.5m

17. Wolverhampton Wanderers – €219.2m

18. Everton – €218.1m

19. Zenit St. Petersburg – €212m

20. Aston Villa – €207.3m

21. Seville – €199.5m

22. Leeds – €192.7m

23. Roma – €190.4m

24. Atalanta – €187.6m

25. Southampton – €177.5m

26. Borussia Monchengladbach – €177.5m

27. Napoli – €174.5m

28. Newcastle – €170.1m