Premier League is ranked among the greatest football leagues in Europe and World. Billionaires around the world shown interest to invest in the football clubs. In last five years there are number of clubs which were bought by the Billionaires and Business tycoons. Our team work and analysis about the most richest person who owns Premier league football club. The income details of the owners taken from trusted sources which include (Forbes, Guardian).
|Club||Owner||Net Worth||Source of Wealth|
|Manchester City||Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan||£28 billion||Oil and industry investment Government|
|Chelsea||Roman Abramovich||£7 billion||Oil and industry|
|Tottenham||Daniel Levy & Joe Lewis||£4.2 billion||Tavistock Group & ENIC Group|
|Arsenal||Stan Kroenke & Alisher Usmanov||£5.8 billion||Kroenke Sports Enterprises Metal and mining, investment|
|Stoke City||The Coates Family||£5 billion||Bet365|
|Leicester City||Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha||£3.64 billion||King Power International Group|
|Manchester United||Glazer family||£3.3 billion||First Allied Corporation & Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|Southampton||Katharina Liebherr & Gao Jisheng||£3 billion||Lander Sports Development Co Ltd & Inheritance|
|West Brom||Guochuan Lai||£2.8 billion||Investment|
|Newcastle United||Mike Ashley||£2.1 billion||Sports Direct International|
|Liverpool||John W Henry||£1.94 billion||Fenway Sports Group|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Tony Bloom||£1 billion||Real Estate, Property, Land Development & Investments|
|Everton||Farhad Moshiri, Bill Kenwright CBE & Jon Woods||£1.5 billion||Steel and energy Theater production, Planet Hollywood & Ocean Software|
|Huddersfield Town||Dean Hoyle||$475 million||Card Factory|
|West Ham United||David Sullivan & David Gold||$520 million||Daily Sport, Sunday Sport Gold Group International|
#1: Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan: Net Worth (£28 billion): Club Owned (Manchester City):
Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan totally changes every thing in the club of Manchester City after buying it. Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan is currently the richest owner of football club in Premier league. His source of income is (Oil and industry investment). The club made most expensive signing under him is of (Kevin de Bruyne) for £54 million in year 2015. Manchester City won Premier League and FA cup title after Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan take over the club. There are further 13% share of (China Media Capital) in the club shares.
#2: Roman Abramovich: Net Worth (£7 billion): Club Owned (Chelsea):
Roman Abramovich retained the position of richest owners until Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan bought Manchester City F.C, Abramovich now the second most richest club owner in Premier league with the total net worth estimated upto (£7 billion). The biggest transfer made under his club ownership so far is (Fernando Torres) for whom the club paid transfer fees of (£50 million).
#3: Stan Kroenke & Alisher Usmanov: Net Worth (£5.8 billion): Club Owned (Arsenal):
The third most richest owners in premier league are (Stan Kroenke) and (Alisher Usmanov). The net worth value is combined of the both business personalities. The source of income of both owners are (Kroenke Sports Enterprises Metal and mining, investment). Under their ownership the most expensive transfer made by Arsenal is of Mesut Ozil for which they paid £44.5 million in year (2013)
#4: The Coates Family: Net Worth (£5 billion): Club Owned (Stoke City):
One of the most improved football club in Premier League currently is Stoke City. The club currently owned by (The Coates Family) who has net value of (£5 billion). The Coates family source of income is (Bet365). The most expensive player signed by the club (Giannelli Imbula) for £18.3 million in 2017.
#5: Daniel Levy & Joe Lewis: Net Worth (£4.2 billion): Club Owned (Tottenham):
Daniel Levy & Joe Lewis are the fifth most richest club owners in Premier League. They bought football club of Tottenham where as (Jon Lewis owned (70.6%) shares and Daniel Levy owned (29.4% shares). The most money they spent to buy a expensive player under the ownership is (Erik Lamela) for £30 million fees.