Celtic competed in the Champions League this season.Celtic competed in the Champions League this season.
Celtic competed in the Champions League this season. | SNS Group

Where Celtic rank on UEFA profit list as they claim spot amongst the super rich after big bucks raked in

Celtic have banked big bucks from player sales and European involvement in recent seasons.

If they didn't know the value of a successful player-trading model and Champions League entry before, Celtic certainly do now.

Back-to-back entries into the group stage of Europe's most prestigious competition have allowed the Hoops to bank major cash, with fans desperate to see them spend it. The board have come under fire for a January transfer window that involved just two signings, Adam Idah and Nicolas Kuhn.

Celtic have also made substantial cash on players sales in recent years, including Jota, Josip Juranovic, Odsonne Edouard and Kieran Tierney. Their work in the last few seasons has been enough to enter the upper echelons of Europe's elite.

UEFA has published its report into European club finances, based on the 22/23 campaign. It's a loaded document consisting of 118 pages but there's intriugie to be found in the pre-tax profit numbers for Celtic fans.

They rank ahead of some of Europe's giants when it comes to cash in the bank. UEFA have rounded their figures to the nearest million, so we look at the top 10 clubs and where Celtic find themselves.

Celtic have also made substantial cash on players sales in recent years, including Jota, Josip Juranovic, Odsonne Edouard and Kieran Tierney. Their work in the last few seasons has been enough to enter the upper echelons of Europe's elite.

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