Top 10: Highest Premier League club incomes in 2012/13 (1)

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Premier League clubs generated a record-breaking combined income of £2.7 billion last season, with Manchester United and Arsenal leading the way when it comes to total turnover.

Despite the incredible amount of revenue received, English top-flight clubs still made a collective loss of £291 million in 2012/13 though, with only eight of the 20 teams making a profit.

Swansea City led the way with the largest pre-tax profit of £21 million, followed by Newcastle United who boasted a £10 million return. However, it didn't all make for positive reading when surveying the financial accounts of other Premier League clubs.

Five of the 12 clubs that reported a loss in the previous campaign - Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Aston Villa and Queens Park Rangers - lost more than £50 million, even though four of them feature among the 10 clubs with the highest annual yield.

Relegated QPR were the worst of the lot recording a total loss of £65 million.

Click through the tabs - above or below - to find out which 10 clubs possessed the highest turnover in the Premier League last season, with statistics taken from The Guardian.

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Manchester United
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