Stadiums – The financial value of English Premier League clubs has increased, according to a study by “sportco” due to the high value of television transmission and the return of fans to stadiums after the spread of the Corona virus and playing without fans.
During the spread of Corona, the value of most of the English Premier League clubs decreased due to the decrease in revenues from entering the fans and playing in empty stadiums, which affected their revenues.
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According to the study, Manchester United tops the list of the most expensive English clubs, with a value of 4.8 billion pounds sterling, ahead of Liverpool, which has a value of 3.8 billion pounds sterling.
Manchester United’s leadership in the value of the most expensive English club is considered important news for its owners, the Glazer family, who want to sell the club, while Liverpool’s owners do not think of selling the entire club and focus only on selling part of its shares.
Manchester City ranks third with a value of 3.5 billion pounds, then Arsenal fourth with a value of 2.9 billion pounds.
Chelsea ranks fifth with a value of 2.8 billion pounds sterling, although the new owner, American billionaire Todd Bohle, paid 4.25 billion pounds to buy the club, which is more than the value of the club, according to the study.
Tottenham occupies sixth place with a value of 2.6 billion pounds sterling, keeping the big six at the top of the most expensive English clubs.
In the rest of the top ten, West Ham United comes seventh, with a value of 539 million pounds sterling, then Everton in eighth place, with a value of 486 million pounds sterling, then Leicester City in ninth place, with a value of 442 million pounds sterling, and Newcastle United with a value of 357 million pounds sterling.