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Ranked List Of The Top 10 Richest Club Owners In The Premier League And Their Net Worth

Ranked List Of The Top 10 Richest Club Owners In The Premier League And Their Net Worth

The Premier League is the strongest and undoubtedly the most famous league in world football, now all about the list of the top 10 richest owners in 2021

Financial power is something that goes a long way in benefiting football clubs in recent times. I mean if you take a look at the financial might of clubs like Manchester City, PSG, Real Madrid and Chelsea, you would know that money truly speaks.

With Newcastle United Football Club having completed their takeover by a Saudi- Arabian led consortium recently, now is the time to find out the holders of which clubs make it to the list of top 10 richest owners in the English Premier League.

So let’s dive right into it:

Ranked List Of The top 10 richest club owners in the Premier League and net worth

  1. Leicester: Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha

Leicester is now a regular contender for the top European spots, thanks to the Srivaddhanaprabha family and their investments. The family is adored by the fans and share a strong relationship with them.

Net Worth of Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha: 2.9 bn pounds

  1. Crystal Palace- Joshua Harris

Among the richest owners in the Premier League, it is surprising to know that Harris only owns 18% of the stakes of Crystal Palace. Not just that, he has stakes in the NBA team Philadelphia 76ers and the NHL team New Jersey Devils. Harris initially invested 50 million pounds alongside David Blitzer in Crystal Palace in 2015.

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Net Worth of Harris: 3.36bn pounds

  1. Manchester United: The Glazers

The Glazers (Joel Glazer and Avram Glazer) have been very famous for the wrong reasons among Man United fans. And the Red Devils’ fans want them out of the club. However, now that the club has bought world class players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho, fans would remain calm for a while as the Glazers have no intention of leaving.

Net Worth: 3.5 bn pounds

  1. Tottenham: Joe Lewis

Owning 70.6% of the National Investment Company that bought controlling stakes from Lord Alan Sugar in 2001, Lewis comes 7th on this list.

Net worth: 3.6bn pounds

  1. Wolves: Guo Guangchang

After investment from their Chinese owners, Wolves managed to enter the Europa league after leaving the Championship under current Tottenham manager Nuno Espirito Santo. Guangchang has invested heavily in the club since 2016.

Net Worth: 4.5bn pounds

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  1. Aston Villa: Nassef Sawiris

Naseef had bought 55% stakes from Aston’s former owner Tony Xia in 2018. He hails from one of the richest families in Egypt.

Net worth: 5.3bn pounds

  1. Arsenal- Stan Kroenke

Arsenal is currently having quite a tough time and are out of European football as well. Gunners’ fans blame Kroenke for his poor management of the club, despite being one of the top 3 richest owners in the Premier League.

Net Worth: 6.35bn pounds

  1. Chelsea: Roman Abramovich

Abramovich is loved by Chelsea fans because of his decisions to invest in young talent in Chelsea’s academy rather than buying big players from other clubs. Chelsea is now one of the most successful clubs in the world thanks to Mr. Abramovich.

Net worth: 9.6bn pounds

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  1. Manchester City: Sheikh Mansour

Ever since Sheikh Mansour took over Man City in 2008, the club has seen rampant success. Having invested billions in the club, Man City has won 5 Premier League titles and qualified for one Champions League title in 13 years.

Net Worth: 22.9bn pounds

  1. Newcastle United: Saudi-Arabian Public Investment Fund

Backed by the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Bin Salman, the new Newcastle United owners have grabbed the top spot in this list and are ready to invest massive amounts of money in the years to come.

Net Worth: 320 bn pounds

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Vinamra Mehrotra

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