You can choose the best teams in the world through subjective opinions, tendentious ideas or using parameters to try to be as objective as possible, as has done "France Football", which according to several parameters: palmares, Balones de Oro; the television audience and social networks, the income, the expenses and transfers, the value of the staff and something so subjective "we assume", says the magazine, as the greatness of a club. And so, from an analysis of eighty-five clubs from twenty-nine countries on five continents, ranging from Spain to Japan, Germany to Mexico, England to Uruguay and France to Tunisia, it turns out that Real Madrid is the best in the world.
It is the first in four categories: Gold Balls, followers, income and history and you're never lower than sixth place in the rest of the social network followers, club income and, of course, history), and never goes from sixth place in the other six.
Guardiola assures that the white team was not one of the best of the decade because its last four European Cups were worth less than the Leagues and Cups that Barcelona, Juve and Bayern have won at this time. Solari responded that Pep had deliberately omitted Madrid and the Manchester City coach responded by confirming his first opinion.
According to the printed magazine France Football, Guardiola is wrong. Madrid is the best club in the world, behind Barcelona and third Manchester United. With its economic power and its history, five English clubs occupy the top ten places in a ranking where PSG ranks seventh.