Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Manchester City are all involved in Forbes‘ 20 most valuable teams in world football.
The values are created by looking at the operating incomes, debt, and overall revenues of the sides to find out how much it could take to buy the club. However, they do not take in to account how much some owners may want to hold on their teams in the values.
Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Bayern Munich are involved from the continent, and here is the Premier League dominated list from the respected publication…
20) Galatasaray, $294 million
One of the biggest clubs in Turkey has a huge fanbase and regular Champions League football to thank for this.
19) West Ham United, $309 million
Not the most fancied team in the English top flight, the Hammers have nonetheless beaten off some more illustrious competition to get here. The upcoming move to the Olympic stadium might help further.