Premier League’s richest owners: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United’s billionaire masters revealed

16. West Brom – Jeremy Peace – £50million

Pearce joined the Baggies board in 2010, and quickly earned a reputation for his tough structure put in place with the club. He is said to have eased in his stance, and is looking for a buyer.

15. Bournemouth – Maxim Demin – £100million

The Russian businessman has quietly gone about his business at leading the Cherries to a stunning rise to the top.

14. Watford – Giampaolo Pozzo – £120million

The Italian businessman owns three clubs, Udinese, Granada and Watford, and suffered criticism for the merry-go-round on loan deals upon his arrival at Vicarage Road in June 2012. With mega money having been spent this summer, failure to remain in the Premier League would be unacceptable.

Giampaolo Pozzo

13. Aston Villa – Randy Lerner – £640million

In 2006, Lerner bought out Villa for a figure in excess of £60m, and his funding oversaw a period of excellent success under Martin O’Neill. Last May, he announced that he was looking for a buyer, and the search remains ongoing.

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