Club owners especially Premier League owners are wealthy people no doubt. One thing is also sure, the owners are wealthier than one another. Some worth billions while some worth only millions.
It is no surprise thatChampions Manchester City top the table as Sheikh Mansour is worth a whooping £23.3bn.
The poorest owners in the Premier League are at Norwich as Delia Smith and Michael Wynn-Jones amass a total of just £23m.
The other four clubs under the £1bn mark are Burnley, Watford, Sheffield United and Bournemouth.
Second richest owner is Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich who is worth a staggering £9.6bn.
Followed by Arsenal, Wolves and Aston Villa owners respectively.
Manchester United dual owners come in eighth spot with a fortune of £3.6bn between them.
It should be noted that Mad United owners have more money at their disposal than Liverpool owner John Henry who is worth £2.1bn
Newcastle club owner Mike Ashley worth is £2.3bn.
See the full list below.
Premier League owners wealth
Sheikh Mansour – Manchester City – £23.3bn
Roman Abramovich – Chelsea – £9.6bn
Stan Kroenke – Arsenal – £6.8bn
Guy Guangchang – Wolves – £5.2bn
Nassef Sawiris – Aston Villa – 5bn
Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha – Leicester – £4.6bn
Joe Lewis – Tottenham – £3.9bn
The Glazers – Manchester United – £3.6bn
Gao Jisheng – Southampton – £3.1bn
Joshua Harris – Crystal Palace – £2.7bn
Mike Ashley – Newcastle – £2.3bn
John Henry – Liverpool – £2.1bn
Farhad Moshiri – Everton – £1.5bn
Tony Bloom – Brighton – £1.3bn
David Sullivan and David Gold – West Ham – £1.2bn
Maxim Denim – Bournemouth – £900m
Abdullah bin Musa’ed – Sheffield United – £198m
Gino Pozzo – Watford – £93m
Mike Garlick – Burnley – £62m
Delia Smith and Michael Wynn-Jones – Norwich – £23mPls SUBSCRIBE below to our mailing list to get fresh updates on money making and inspiring articles.