Premier League’s top-six
The Premier League’s traditional ‘top-six’ consists of Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal.
Though said sides, on the whole, have continued to dominate the league, there are some question marks over several sides’ inclusions in that list as each year passes.
How Tottenham ever got on to that list in the first place is somewhat baffling. Spurs have never won the Premier League, never won the Champions League and their only trophy this century was the League Cup back in 2008.
Arsenal, meanwhile, though previously a dominant force in England, have declined rapidly and haven’t even finished inside the top seven during the last two seasons.
At present, Premier League and FA Cup winners Leicester City have much more of a stake to be in that ‘top-six’ going forward.
Net worth of Liverpool’s, Chelsea’s, Manchester United’s and more managers
Regardless, the traditional top-six remains the same for now, and, thanks to the Daily Star, we now know the reported net worth of each of the managers at these six clubs.
Not too surprisingly, Nuno Espirito Santo is bottom of the list with a reported net worth of £1.1m. The Portuguese has only been in the Spurs job for a few months and had previously managed Wolves.
Next up is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a £2.2m net worth, which again is not that odd as he has not spent much of his managerial career in a top job.
Next up, despite being the youngest manager on the list, Mikel Arteta is said to have an estimated net worth of £15m, which is also said to be the same as Thomas Tuchel.
That just leaves Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola, with the Liverpool boss believed to have a £36m net worth and Pep Guardiola £30m.
Some Premier League managers have HUGE net worths 🤑🤑🤑 https://t.co/7e9k4YyctL
— Daily Star Sport (@DailyStar_Sport) October 10, 2021
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