Manchester United Revealed As Premier League’s Most Valuable Club (See List)

Manchester United have retained their position as the Premier League’s most valuable club, with a valuation of £4.8billion [$5.95b], according to a recent study.

The Red Devils have long been the most valuable club in English football and continued that streak after seeing their value increase by 28 per cent over a two-year period.

Despite their impressive rise in value over that time, Erik ten Hag’s side are not the side who’s stock has increased the most – and the real answer may surprise you.

According to a study by Sportico,  Manchester United’s valuation of £4.8billion left them at the summit of the list.

United’s rivals Liverpool and Man City were second and third respectively with valuations of £3.8billion [$4.71b] and £3.5billion [$4.43b].

Current Premier League leaders Arsenal moved up a spot with their value of £2.9billion [$3.6b], while Chelsea were left in fifth with £2.8billion [$3.47b].

And, between 2021 and 2023, it was Newcastle United who saw their club grow in value the most – with a 63 per cent increase bringing them to a total value of £357million.

Newcastle’s growth over the two years will have been benefitted by their Saudi led-takeover in 2021.  

Premier League’s top ten most valuable clubs

1. Manchester United £4.8bn

2. Liverpool £3.8bn

3. Man City £3.5bn

4. Arsenal £2.9bn

5. Chelsea £2.8bn

6. Tottenham £2.6bn

7. West Ham £539m

8. Everton £486m

9. Leicester £442m

10. Newcastle £357m

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