Man Utd are most valuable team in Premier League as Arsenal leapfrog rivals but Chelsea drop despite Boehly takeover

MANCHESTER UNITED have been revealed to be the most valuable club in the Premier League.

A study by Sportico has shown that the club’s values have significantly risen due to the total value of the Premier League’s media rights increasing.

The value of every Premier League club

Manchester United are valued at £4.8billionGetty

Value of clubs have also been boosted with the return of fans to stadiums following the Covid-19 pandemic.

During the pandemic, revenues dropped due to games having to be played behind closed doors.

Now the study as revealed the club of the Premier League clubs with the Red Devils, coming out on top with a value of £4.8billion.

They beat rivals Liverpool to the top spot, with the Anfield side’s value coming in at £3.8bn.

It is an important time for the clubs to learn their value as both of them have been put up for sale by their owners.

United’s owners, the Glazers, want to sell their shares in the club by March and have their own price tag of £7bn.

One interested party is club fan, Sir Jim Ratcliffe who is a suitor that wants to own the Old Trafford side.

While Liverpool’s owners, FSG, have recently decided to only sell a minority of their shares in the club instead of a full sale

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Manchester City are in the third spot with a value of £3.5bn, while Arsenal have moved to the fourth spot with a value of £2.9bn.

The Gunners overtook London rivals Chelsea, who now sit in fifth, despite the takeover of owner Todd Boehly with a £4.25bn bid.

That bid appears to be well over the value of the club, with the study valuing the Blues at £2.8bn.

Tottenham is the only other side to be valued in the billions, with the club’s estimated value of £2.6bn.

The rest of the top ten sees London Stadium tenants West Ham as the most valuable club outside of the ‘big six’ at £539million.

While Everton is valued at £486m, Leicester City at £442m and Saudi-owned Newcastle at £357m.

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