Premier League clubs – How much each owner has financed their club 2016-2020
Some interesting figures published on this Tuesday morning, regarding ‘financing’ provided to Premier League clubs by the owners.
This particular table comparing the various Premier League clubs, comes as part of a study on Manchester United and their current position regarding finances.
The table has been compiled by the excellent Swiss Ramble who specialises in the business of football.
He (Swiss Ramble) has looked at the net finance provided by the owners of Premier League clubs from 2016 to 2020.
As you can see, the owners of many Premier League clubs putting in some serious investment in their clubs.
Everton and Aston Villa over £300m each.
Chelsea over £200m.
Leicester, Wolves, Fulham and Brighton all over £100m each.
However, five clubs have actually taken money out of their clubs in this period.
The Swiss Ramble makes these comments on the table / stats above:
“Furthermore, in the 5 years up to 2020, no owners in the Premier League have taken out more money than Manchester United;s £133m (dividends £112m, share buy back £21m).
“In stark contrast, some owners have put in significant funds: Everton £348m, Aston Villa £337m and Chelsea £255m.”
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