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Look How The 10 Richest England Billionaire Football Club Owners Made Their Fortunes

| Published on August 31, 2017

When we talk about the English football clubs, it’s all about the money! United’s 2015-16 revenues of Rs. 52411541000.00 (£515.3) – an all-time record for a football team – lifted them ahead of both Real and Barcelona for the first time since 2003-04. Whoop! That’s a huge amount of money folks!

In football, unlike cricket, a single-player doesn’t play under the same club jersey for years. So there is constant transfer and new drafts made on the player. Along with this comes the clubs marketing to rob in the amount that they did give for buying a desired player for a season.For example, you must have heard Neymar’s whopping amount that was paid by PSGto rob in the Barcelona star. Those amount spent was immediately revived by the team by just selling Neymar jerseys. Can you effing believe? Yes, that’s how it works!

But today we won’t look for the clubs but for the billionaire owners of this clubs. So a lot of money business is going to come up here, don’t drop your phones!

1. Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour – Rs. 1650300120000

He is the deputy Prime Minister of United Arab Emirates too. He acquired the club by 2008 and after that, it has been magic for the club as they have tasted success in the league games winning two Premier League titles, one FA Cup, and two League Cup trophies. Well, that might not be enough for Sheikh! Not only Manchester City but he also holds stakes for other clubs like Melbourne City, New York City, Atletico Torque.

Most expensive signing: Kevin de Bruyne – Rs. 4455810324(2015)

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2. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich – Rs. 660120048000

Same story goes for this club. As Roman took over Chelsea they have been winning five Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups, one Champions League trophy, and one Europa League title. He has spent over 2 billion euros on the club since taking over.

Most expensive signing: Fernando Torres – Rs. 4125750300(2011)

3. 3: Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke – Rs. 479482061220

Do you know he previously has been a floor sweeper and also a book seller? At 36, he had a commercial real estate empire called Kroenke Group and, as the head of Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, he owns the Los Angeles Rams (NFL), Colorado Mammoth (Lacrosse), Colorado Rapids (MLS), and Arsenal.

Most expensive signing: Mesut Ozil – Rs. 3678784780.05(2013)

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4. Stoke City owners the Coates family – Rs. 413346604500

Peter Coates is a school dropout. This time story is different. He was in a catering job previously but as his daughter invented the famous online gambling site bet365 fortunes turned on a brighter side. They owned the Stoke City and Peter Coates is the club chairman.

Most expensive signing: Giannelli Imbula – Rs. 1512614369.07(2017)

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5. Wolverhampton Wanderers owner Guo Guangchang – Rs. 390199194648

He is the owner of a Chinese investment vehicle company. He bought the team in 2016. Though the team is just ranked 15th in Champions league table things might work in near future.

Most expensive signing: Helder Costa – Rs. 1074534797.70(2017)

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6. Tottenham Hotspur owner Joe Lewis – Rs. 380220005340

Tottenham is one of the well-run clubs in England. Joe is a business who previously was indulged in stock exchange business. But his acquisition of the club gave the team one of the most expensive coaches in European football. He is also an investor in Tavistock Group which deals with business operations, sports management and much more.

Most expensive signing: Erik Lamela – Rs. 2480079627(2013)

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7. Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha – Rs. 300916328076

Oh well, the newbies of the best clubs playing football on the ground! This Thai billionaire was basically a shop worker but things worked on and in 2010 he acquired the club and then there was no looking back for the blue army! They were underdogs and won the 2015-2016 Premier League.

Islam Slimani – Rs. 2397410306.10(2016)

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8. Manchester United owners the Glazer family – Rs. 272808758970

Glory Glory Manchester United! Malcolm Glazer was an owner of several clubs and real estates, thanks to his family hierarchy! But his decision to take over Manchester United in a £790 million in 2003 must have been the best deal. The club achieved five Premier League titles, three League Cup trophies, one FA Cup, one Champions League title, and one Europa League trophy in his era.

Most expensive signing: Paul Pogba – Rs. 7381227494.97(2016)

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9. Southampton owner Katharina Liebherr – Rs. 248007962700

From construction machinery building to club owning! It has one of the best young player development systems in England. She is presently in talks with several Chinese investors for making more club developments.

Most expensive signing: Sofiane Boufal – Rs. 1314238714.11(2016)

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10. West Bromwich Albion owner Guochuan Lai – Rs.231438264120

His acquisition of West Bromwich Albion was led by an asset management company in 2014. Though the club hasn’t won any trophies or made it big they landed this year on the best ever ranking of 10th!

Most expensive signing: Nacer Chadli – Rs. 1074774441(2016)

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That’s too much money and football to deal in a single day!

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