Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund – Newcastle United (£320bn). The £305m takeover of the club is completed by a consortium that includes the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund

Qatar Investment Authority – Paris Saint-Germain (£220bn). Paris Saint-Germain is owned by a state fund. In June 2011, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar

Sheikh Mansour – Manchester City (£21bn). Sheikh Mansour has been the majority owner of Manchester City since 2008. The club is under the ownership of City Football Group

Dietrich Mateschitz – RB Leipzig, RB Salzburg and New York Red Bulls (£15.7bn).Dietrich Mateschitz is an Austrian billionaire businessman. He owns 49% of the Red Bull energy drink company

Andrea Agnelli – Juventus (£14bn).Andrea Agnelli did not buy Juventus. Rather it was the Agnelli family that got the ownership back in 1923 through Giovanni Agnelli, founder of Fiat

Boehly and his consortium – Chelsea (£11bn). The sanctions by the UK government on Russia and Chelsea’s owner Roman Abramovich led to the club being put up for sale

Philip Anschutz – LA Galaxy (£8.1bn).Philip Anschutz is an American businessman who has built fortunes in oil, railroads, telecom, real estate, and entertainment.

Stan Kroenke – Arsenal (£6.8bn).Arsenal’s owner Stan Kroenke may get accusations of not spending enough money on the club, but it’s not because of the lack of it

Zhang Jindong – Inter Milan (£6.2bn). Series Defending champions Inter Milan also has Chinese ownership. The club is owned by Zhang Jindong

Guo Guangchang – Wolverhampton Wanderers (£5.2bn) Guo Guangchang is the 45th richest person in China, according to Hurun Report’s 2019 China Rich List.