We’ve seen many excuses from Arsenal board and Arsene Wenger how they’ll spend big next year, but nothing really happened. In recent years many world class players left Arsenal likes Samir Nasri, Cesc Fabregas and last most painful Persie’s move to Manchester United, but we don’t want to warm up the past. Arsenal did above the avarage, especially in last third of the season for money they spent on new players compared to their rivals. Let’s analize a little bit…
Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world, especially in the last few years we have been witnesses astronomical investments in new players, which have almost become the norm in Europe. BUT it all starts with owners who have the power and we’d like to represent you world’s richest football club owner…
At the beginning of this year we had opportunity to watch Africa Cup of Nations where Nigera won Burkina Faso in final and showed great overall performance. African football players can compete with other highest paid football stars all over the world. One of the main benefits african players can bring is strong desire to win. Especially Samuel Eto’o, Didier Drogba and Yaya Toure showed their will and reached some remarkable achivements in European football club competitions.
The world of football has been swept by rich owners over the last decade. Absurdly rich people purchasing the clubs make it possible for some clubs to gain unfair advantage, but so far it has been strongly pronounced for couple of clubs – Manchester City and Chelsea. Large financial backing from rich owner does help many other clubs too, and this list is a look at which clubs have the richest owners.
Over the last decade football has become one of the most admired and profitable sports in the world. Despite the financial crisis, investments in professional football did’t diminish. Especially in Europe we were able to witness the astronomical investments by many foreign investors. Walk through our up to date list of 10 richest football players who play in Europe.
League Association (DFL) released very promising annual reports of earnings in German professional football. All clubs in 1. Bundesliga recorded a remarkable total revenue of more than € 2 billion last year. The league has doubled its total revenue in last decade and earned big respect in European competitions. Smart work with young players brought sustainable growth and healthy development.
Read our first brief report from Brazil! The upcoming World Cup in Brazil in 2014 has the whole country investing on its infrastructure. Both on national level and on the level of football clubs there’s lot of money delved into preparations to make sure the upcoming tournament will be a success.
Arsenal is one of the most successful clubs in England. It’s especially their success of past two decades, and their squad having boasted some marquee players, that has seen the club become one of the most recognized clubs globally. The London-based outfit might have suffered from limited transfer activity and a long barren streak of trophies of late, but they still are the fourth most valuable club in the world.
Established in 1878, Manchester United has risen to be one of the best globally known sporting brands and thus one of the richest and most successful clubs in the world. It’s seventh best club in terms of all-time wins of European Cups and has most domestic title wins in England. They set apart from other clubs in terms of its management as well – Sir Alex Ferguson is the longest standing manager of any current club.
French Ligue 1 might be considered the fifth best league in Europe behind England, Spain, Germany and Italy, but the clubs in it aren’t exactly bathing in money, bar from PSG. The clubs do have a strong support and decent revenue to back up remaining a top-level league, but to bankroll buys they often are forced to sell. Some clubs do stand out being in stronger financial standing than others, though – these six stand out.