It's said the only way to be a millionaire with football is to start by being a billionnaire. These ten men decided to invest a part of their fortune.
Tottenham's owner is a British businessman who's personal worth is 3.7 billion pounds.
Zhan Jindang is a Chinese businessman with 5 billion pounds. He bought Inter Milan in 2016, and put the club back to center stage in Italy.
Shahid Kahn bought Fulham back in 2013 thanks to his personal fortune of 6.1 billion pounds. Since then, the Cottagers are doing a back-and-forth between the Premier League and the Championship.
PSG's owner is also the emir of Qatar. He's given over club direction to Nasser al-Khelaïfi, qatari businessman and politician. His fortune is estimated around 6 billion pounds.
This financial juggernaut has a clear influence over the PSG, with being able to draw stars like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Kylian Mbappe or even Neymar... and maybe Lionel Messi in a close future.
Stanley Kroenke is an American businessman with 6.1 billion pounds. In addition to owning Arsenal, he also owns the Los Angeles Rams' National Football League franchise. This money doesn't make miracles happen, however, as the British club is having issues in championships despite its illustrious past.
The Russian business man bought Chelsea in 2003. It is good that his personal fortune amounts to 8 billion pounds, as the Blues are one of the more spend-happy clubs in the world.
Philip Anschutz is the 41st richest man in the world. He owns Los Angeles Galaxy.
Andrea Agnelli is part of the Agnelli family, one of the richest in Italy. The Agnelli own Juventus since 1923!
Cheikh Mansour is a royal Emirati, who is also the vice Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, minister of Presidential Business, and member of Abu Dhabi's royal family. His personal fortune rises to a sky-shattering 16.4 billion pounds, which has allowed him to turn Manchester City into one of the largest clubs in Europe.
Dieter Mateschitz is the co-founder of Red Bull, and a sports nut. He owns the Formula 1 ecuries of Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso. In terms of football, no less than 3 clubs bear the Red Bull mark: Red Bull Salzburg, Leipzig and the MLS franchise, the New York Red Bulls.