How much Chelsea, Man United, Liverpool, Spurs, and Arsenal are worth as Abramovich lines up sale

How much Chelsea and Premier League rivals Man United, Liverpool, Spurs, and Arsenal are worth as Abramovich lines up sale.

In a statement made on Wednesday evening, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich revealed that he wants to sell the club.

Following Vladimir Putin’s decision to attack Ukraine, the Russian billionaire has stated that he will not demand payback for the £1.5 billion in loans he has provided the club.

He also stated that the sale’s net revenues will be donated to a nonprofit foundation established to aid victims of Ukraine’s war.

How much Chelsea 

Although this was before Thomas Tuchel’s team went on to win the UEFA Champions League and the Club World Cup, Forbes valued the west London club at $3.2 billion (£2.4 billion) in April 2021.


Over the last 12 months, the Gunners have been involved in their own takeover talks, with Spotify owner Daniel Ek admitting that he was interested in purchasing the club from American billionaire Stan Kroenke, even putting together a potential bid team that included Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp.

In May 2021, Ek reported to have made a bid in the area of £2 billion, which was swiftly rejected by the Kroenke family, while Forbes values the north Londoners at $2.8 billion (£2.09 billion), making them the world’s seventh most expensive club.


The Reds are ranked as the fifth most valuable team in the English top-flight by Forbes, who places them at $4.1billion (£3.06billion).

Jurgen Klopp’s side are owned by John W. Henry of Fenway Sports Group, who have been in charge of the club since October 2010.

Manchester City

Forbes value City at $4billion (£2.98billion), the sixth-highest football club in the world, although this was before they reached May’s Champions League final and before they clinched their fifth Premier League trophy last term.

Sheikh Mansour has owned the reigning league champions since 2008 and has since injected huge amounts of cash in transfers to help transform the Citizens from a relegation-threatened side to the most dominant side in England over the last decade.

Manchester United

United are the most valuable side in the Premier League and fourth in the world, according to Forbes, who value them at $4.2billion (£3.13billion).

A large portion of the Red Devils supporters have grown disillusioned with their owners, the Glazer family, particularly following their decision to join the aforementioned Super League, which eventually fell through.

Fans stormed Old Trafford following a protest back in May, causing a game against Liverpool to be postponed after the police-manned barriers were overwhelmed.

Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs are the least valuable of the so-called big six, according to Forbes, who rank them at 10th in their overall list, listing them at $2.3billion (£1.72billion).

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