Football equals money, money equals football. You will have understood that football is a sport which makes almost all of its practitioners rich, including coaches, players, agents, recruiters, without forgetting the big bosses: Club owners.
It is the most watched sport in the world, it is the most practiced sport in the world, so it is normal that its TV rights are exorbitant, advertising contracts are raining down everywhere when it comes to football.
The Staff of each team earn a lot of money so it would be good to take an interest in the fortune of club bosses.
Here is the ranking of the richest club owners (2021)
10. Joe Lewis (Tottenham) - € 4.4 billion
The English businessman has a colossal fortune estimated at 4.4 billion euros.
9. Zhan Jindang (Chinese) - Inter Milan - 5.9 billion euros
As the club began to disappear from the radar, the Chinese bought it and put it on the scene in Italy.
8. Shahid Kahn (Fulham) - 6.1 billion euros.
Since 2013, Fulham has made the lift between the Premier League and the Championship.This billionaire is ready to inject a lot of money so that his club is part of the elite of English football on a long-term basis.
7. Sheikh al-Thani (PSG) - € 7 billion
The owner of PSG is also the Emir of Qatar.He delegates the presidency of the club to Nasser al-Khelaïfi, businessman and Qatari politician. His fortune is estimated at 7 billion euros.
6. Stanley Kroenke (Arsenal) - € 7.2 billion
In addition to owning Arsenal, he owns the Los Angeles Rams National Football League (NFL) franchise.
5. Roman Abramovich (Chelsea) - € 9.4 billion
The Russian bought the club in 2003. He spends without counting the moment when his team reports good results, he is ready for anything.
4. Philip Anschutz (Los Angeles Galaxy) - € 11.4 billion
Philip Anschutz is the 41st fortune in the world with 11.4 billion euros. He owns the Los Angeles Galaxy franchise.
3. Andrea Agnelli (Italian) - Juventus - € 11.8 billion
The Angelli family have owned Juventus since 1923.
2. Cheikh Mansour (Manchester City) - € 19.3 billion
Sheikh Mansour is a Royal Emirati who is the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Minister of Presidential Affairs and member of the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi.
1. Dieter Mateschitz (New York Red Bulls) - € 20.3 billion
In the world of football, no less than 3 clubs bear the name Red Bulls: Red Bull Salzburg, Leipzig and the MLS franchise, the New York Red Bulls. Dieter is the co-founder of Red Bull.
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