Premier League richest owners, of the 20 clubs who has the biggest personal wealth?
Down below are all 20 clubs ranked in the Premier League by the wealth of their owners (or majority shareholders).
The Bristol Post have collated the information via figures collected from a variety of sources, including Forbes and companycheck.co.uk.
According to their figures, Sheikh Mansour at Man City is only sixth in terms of his own personal wealth, though it appears obvious that through family connections etc he is backed by a lot more than what is just attributed to him.
That leaves Roman Abramovich in top spot, followed by Kroenke at Arsenal and then promoted clubs Fulham and Wolves with Khan and Guangchang.
As for Mike Ashley, he is in tenth spot, well ahead of Liverpool’s John Henry.
Estimated net worth – as per figures collated by the Bristol Post:
Roman Abramovich (Chelsea) – £8,597,120,000
Stan Kroenke (Arsenal) – £6,754,880,000
Shahid Khan (Fulham) – £5,833,760,000
Guo Guangchang (Wolves) – £5,296,440,000
Joe Lewis (Spurs) – £3,838,000,000
Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahayan (Manchester City) – £3,761,240,000
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha (Leicester City) – £3,761,240,000
The Glazer Family (Manchester United) – £3,607,720,000
Joshua Harris (Crystal Palace) – £2,916,880,000
Mike Ashley (Newcastle United) – £2,609,840,000
John W Henry (Liverpool) – £1,995,760,000
Farhad Moshiri (Everton) – £1,304,920,000
Tony Bloom (Brighton) – £1,200,000,000
Gao Jisheng (Southampton) – £1,074,640,000
Vincent Tan (Cardiff City) – £629,432,000
David Gold/David Sullivan (West Ham) – £642,922,475
Dean Hoyle (Huddersfield) – £361,387,125
The Pozzo Family (Watford) – £304,326,000
Maxim Demin (Bournemouth) – £100,000,000
Mike Garlick/John Banaszkiewicz (Burnley) – £60,868,000