He is an American businessman and investor and the founder of John W. Henry & Company, an investment management firm.
Top 5 Football’s Richest Owners and How They Came To Be
After acquiring a fortune in the early 1980s from his trading firm J.W. Henry & Co., John Henry started building a sports empire. He is the principal owner of The Boston Globe, the Boston Red Sox and Liverpool Football Club and co-owner of Roush Fenway Racing. Henry is estimated to be worth $2.2 billion and has invested £300 million in his ownership of the Liverpool team.
The Glazer Family (Manchester United)
The Glazer clan built a commercial real Daftar Situs Sbobet fortune through First Allied Corporation, which today owns more than 6.7 million square feet of premium shopping centre space across the U. S. Big sports fans, the Glazers not only own Manchester United with their stake of £800 million, they also own the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League in America.
Roman Abramovich (Chelsea)
He is a Russian billionaire businessman, investor, and politician. According to Forbes, Abramovich’s net worth was US$10.8 billion in 2018. making him the 11th-richest person in Russia, and the 140th-richest person in the world. He made his fortune in a series of controversial oil export deals in the early 1990s. Abramovich moved into the oil industry and teamed up with Boris Berezovsky in the 1990s. They bought the Sibneft oil operation in 1995 when Berezovsky went into exile sold his shares to Abramovich. He took over oil giant Sibneft at a fraction of its market value. Chelsea has Daftar Judi Casino Online from £2 billion of the Russian businessman’s money.
Alisher Usmanov (Arsenal)
Is an Uzbek-born Russian business magnate. As reported by Forbes, in 2017, he has an estimated net worth of $15.1 billion. Usmanov built his wealth through metal and mining operations and various investments. He increased his Arsenal FC share beyond 29 percent in June 2011.
Sheikh Mansour (Manchester City)
He is the deputy prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, minister of presidential affairs and member of the ruling family of Abu Dhabi. He is the half-brother of the current President of UAE. He is said to be worth around £20 billion. Bizarrely, ownership of Manchester City is split between a state-owned Chinese consortium and Sheikh Mansour. The Chinese CITIC Group has invested about £265 million, while Mansour has put forward £210 million.