The transfer window is open and in full flow with owners and chief executives working tirelessly to fulfill their manager’s wishes.
And their job has become a lot easier this summer, with the new broadcasting deal coming into play to make the clubs, and the owners, even richer.
But how much are each of the Premier League
owners – or majority shareholders – worth?
Swansea are currently in the process of being taken over by an American consortium which will be completed subject to Premier League approval.
20. Jason Levein and Steve Caplain (Swansea) – Estimated worth unknown*
*Takeover subject to Premier League approval
19. Steve Parish (Crystal Palace) – £45m estimated worth
18. Jeremy Peace (West Brom) – £50m estimated worth
17. Mike Garlick and John Banaszkiewicz (Burnley) – £55m estimated worth combined
16. Maxim Demin (Bournemouth) – £100m estimated worth
15. Gino Pozzo (Watford) – £120m estimated worth
14. Steve Gibson (Middlesbrough) – £165m estimated worth
13. Assem Allam (Hull City) – £775m estimated worth
12. David Sullivan and David Gold (West Ham) – £1.35bn estimated worth combined
11. Farhad Moshiri (Everton) – £1.4bn estimated worth
10. John W. Henry (Liverpool) – £1.5bn estimated worth
9. Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha (Leicester City) – £2bn estimated worth
8. The Coates Family (Stoke City) – £2.3bn estimated worth
7. Ellis Short (Sunderland) – £2.4bn estimated worth
6. Katharina Liebherr (Southampton) – £3bn estimated worth
5. The Glazer Family (Manchester United) – £3.3bn estimated worth
4. Joe Lewis (Tottenham) – £3.8bn estimated worth
3. Stan Kroenke (Arsenal) – £5.7bn estimated worth
2. Roman Abramovich (Chelsea) – £5.7bn estimated worth
1. Sheik Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan (Manchester City) – £20bn estimated worth