Top 10 richest bosses in the Premier League have the appearance of 2 Chinese billionaires and a Thai businessman.
The Premier League is on the rise with the Saudi crown prince Mohammed Bin Salma’s acquisition of 80 shares of Newcastle. If the deal is completed, Mohammed Bin Salma will become the richest boss of the No. 1 league of the fog country.
In fact, Mohammed Bin Salman’s personal wealth is “only” around £ 7 billion. However, the value of his PiF Investment Fund amounted to 260 billion pounds. In addition, the second most powerful person in Saudi Arabia is said to be managing the family’s wealth with more than £ 1.3 trillion.
Because Mohammed Bin Salma’s acquisition of Newcastle has not been completed, the No. 1 position in the Top 10 richest owners in the Premier League belongs to Sheikh Mansour, owner of Man City Club. Sheikh Mansour’s assets are around 17.7 billion pounds (another statistic is 23.3 billion pounds).
Behind Sheikh Mansour is none other than Roman Abramovich, who has loved Chelsea for more than a decade. The Russian tycoon is worth £ 9.6 billion.
In the Top 10 richest owners in the Premier League, there are two businessmen from China, Guo Guangchang (4th, Wolves) and Gao Jisheng (7th, Southampton). If Guo Guangchang owned a fortune worth £ 5.2 billion, Gao Jisheng’s net worth was £ 3.1 billion.
Leicester City owner Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha is also in the Top 10 richest bosses in the Premier League. Specifically, Srivaddhanaprabha ranked 6th with a net worth of 4.6 billion pounds.
Top 10 richest bosses in the Premier League
1. Sheikh Mansour (Man City – £ 17.7 billion)
2. Roman Abramovich (Chelsea – £ 9.6 billion)
3. Stan Kroenke (Arsenal – £ 6.8 billion)
4. Guo Guangchang (Wolves – £ 5.2 billion)
5. Nassef Sawiris (Aston Villa – £ 5 billion)
6. Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha (Leicester City – $ 4.6 billion)
7. Joe Lewis (Tottenham – £ 3.9 billion)
8. The Glazer Family (MU – £ 3.6 billion)
9. Gao Jisheng (Southampton – £ 3.1 billion)
10. Joshua Harris (Crystal Palace – £ 2.7 billion)