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Top 10 Richest English Premier League Club Owners

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Top 10 Richest English Premier League Club Owners
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Top 10 Richest English Premier League Club Owners

Top 10 Richest English Premier League Club Owners? Who are the top 10 richest English Premier League club owners of 2020?

Premier League is probably the most affluent football league in the world. The league attracts investments from billionaires across the world. Since Russian entrepreneur Roman Abramovich’s takeover of Chelsea from Ken Bates in 2003, the Premier League has become attractive for some of the world’s wealthy investors. Let’s take a look at the top 10 richest English Premier League club owners.

So, here’s a rundown of the top 10 richest English Premier League club owners of 2020.

Top 10 Richest English Premier League Club Owners

10. Mike Ashley – Newcastle United – Net Worth: $2.8 Billion

Age: 55.

Nationality: British.

Mike Ashley is a British billionaire and the chief executive of UK’s largest sporting goods retailer Frasers Group Plc (formerly Sports Direct International) which has over 400 stores across the country.

According to The Sunday Times Rich List in 2019, Ashley is worth £1.976 billion, a decrease of £461 million from the previous year. He is currently one of the top 10 richest English Premier League club owners

9. Joshua Harris – Crystal Palace – Net Worth: $4.3 Billion

Age: 54.

Nationality: American.

One of the richest English Premier League club owners, Joshua Harris is an American private equity investor who co-founded Apollo Global Management, one of the largest alternative investive firms. He owns an 18%stake in Crystal Palace, the same amount as both David Blitzer and Steve Parish.

He also owns shares in the Philadelphia 76ers and the New Jersey Devils.

8. Glazer Family – Manchester United – Net Worth: $5 Billion

Top 10 Richest English Premier League Club Owners

Age: 85.

Nationality: American.

Malcom Glazer masterminded the $1.47 billion takeover of Manchester United in 2005 using the money he earned in real estate, banking and healthecare to gradually buy out United shareholders. He was also the president and chief executive officer of First Allied Corporation.

Some Manchester United fans opposed Glazer’s takeover of the club, particularly once they realised the level of debt that the club would have to take on after having been debt-free for so many years.

 

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