#3. Stan Kroenke (Arsenal) | $10 billion
Arsenal's fall from grace has been saddening to watch, and the fans aren't overly happy with owner Stan Kroenke.
Kroenke has often been criticized for how Arsenal have been run, with limited expenditure and the apparent lack of interest irking the club's fans. The American is not only involved in football, with his company owning the Los Angeles Rams and Denver Nuggets as well.
Arsenal spent heavily this summer amid growing unhappiness among the club's fanbase. The Gunners were abysmal last season under the management of Mikel Arteta, and have been equally poor so far this season.
#2. Roman Abramovich (Chelsea) | $11.3 billion
While Arsenal fans might be unhappy with Stan Kroenke, Chelsea fans are brimming with joy at the thought of Roman Abramovich as their owner.
Abramovich has not shied away from spending money since taking over the club in 2003. The Russian is not a talkative person, but Chelsea have become one of the biggest clubs in the world under his ownership, and Abramovich continues to be a major influence.
Chelsea seem to thrive in chaos. They don't stick with a particular manager for long, but their recruitment has improved a lot in recent years and their youth academy is arguably the best in the world.
#1. Sheikh Mansour (Manchester City) | $20 billion
Like Chelsea under Roman Abramovich, Manchester City have become one of the best in the world under the ownership of Sheikh Mansour.
Sheikh Mansour's arrival has heralded the signing of some of the best players in the world, and Manchester City have become one of the biggest spenders in world football. Their expenditure has not been in vain, with Manchester City now arguably the best team in Europe.
Manchester City have thrived under the management of Pep Guardiola. They reached the final of the Champions League last season and have consistently won Premier League titles.
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