Arsenal owners come a close fifth with $12.9 billion (£10.3bn) followed by Aston Villa $11.9 billion (£9.5bn), Liverpool at $9.8 billion (£7.8bn)
- 28 NovDavid Moyes crowned most successful West Ham manager
- 28 NovHammers is in no danger of Premier League FFP breach
- 14 NovThe Lucas Paqueta long game
- 14 NovWest Ham is a cult club says former manager
- 14 NovHammer recognised for community work
- 13 NovAgent hits out at Moyes ungratefulness
- 13 NovWill Still in the London Stadium
- 6 NovTony Carr spills beans on his dismissal
- 4 NovHistory repeating itself for Mubama as he is left out in the cold
- 4 NovPower battle rages behind the scenes
West Ham owners are ranked fourth in the Premier League with an estimated combined wealth of $13.2 billion (£10.5bn)That puts them behind Newcastle United $620 billion (£493bn) Manchester City $22 billion (£17.5bn) and Chelsea $15.8 billion (£12.5bn)
West Ham’s wealthiest shareholder is Daniel Kretinsky, with a net worth of £7.4 billion, according to Forbes. David Sullivan’s net wealth is £1.2bn according to the most recent Sunday Times Rich List, with reports in the US claiming the reclusive Tripp Smith is worth around $1.25 billion (£1bn) after re-investing his stake of GSO Capital Partners he sold to Blackstone in 2008.
The remaining Gold Family are said to be worth up to £650m valuing Ann Summers, their property portfolio & 25% of West Ham. In comparison, the Harris family of Alba Electronics fame are said to be worth £200m, with former West Ham chairman Terry Brown having a net worth of around £50m.
Net worth does not relate to liquid cash, and around £800m of the combined is the shareholding in West Ham itself.
Much of Kretinskey’s weath is held in his Czech energy group and blue chip stock holding of many companies such as Royal Mail and Sainsbury’s.
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