EVERY Premier League’s club value has been revealed – as at least two major sides prepare for potential takeovers.
The deadline for bids for Manchester United is set to close tomorrow as major bidders circle for control of one of the world football’s giants.
Meanwhile reports yesterday suggested Tottenham were attracting the attention of Iranian-born US billionaire Jahm Najafi.
United and Spurs are among the Premier League’s most valuable assets with the 20 clubs collectively worth tens of billions.
The Red Devils sit top of the estimated valuation list compiled by Sportico, a sports business publication.
They have a valuation of £4.8bn and are believed to have drummed up £583.2m in revenue in 2022.
But the Glazer family are believed to be looking for a £6bn fee, above the club’s reported value.
The same appears to be the case at Tottenham with owner Joe Lewis believed to value the club between £4bn-£4.5bn.
But Sportico claim the club is the seventh-most valuable in English football at an estimated £2.57bn, way below Lewis’ reported asking price.
Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham follow United as English football’s most valuable clubs.
West Ham are the highest-ranked outside of the traditional top six, with the Hammers rated at £535m.
At the other end of the rankings, Bournemouth are estimated to be the least valuable club at £115m with Nottingham Forest, Brentford and Brighton also among those in the lower half.