How much is Liverpool FC worth in 2024? The mind-boggling numbers behind $4.71 billion Premier League GIANT Stats
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How much is Liverpool FC worth in 2024? The mind-boggling numbers behind $4.71 billion Premier League GIANT

How much is Liverpool FC worth in 2024? The mind-boggling numbers behind $4.71 billion Premier League GIANT

While Liverpool are top of the Premier League, they're second best in terms of how much the club is worth.

Manchester United rank first, coming in at whopping $5.95 billion, per a Sportico report from January.

They ranked the most valuable clubs and the results are quite interesting.

Wich are the top 10 most valuable Premier League clubs of 2024?

  1. Manchester United - $5.95 billion
  2. Liverpool - $4.71 billion
  3. Manchester City - $4.43 billion
  4. Arsenal - $3.6 billion
  5. Chelsea - $3.47 billion
  6. Tottenham - $3.19 billion
  7. West Ham - $665 million
  8. Everton - $600 million
  9. Leicester City - $545 million
  10. Newcastle United - $440 million

How are football clubs valued?

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Per a report from Sportico, clubs are valued based on a number of factors, including revenue and debt.

It reads: "The valuation estimates are built around multiples of revenue based on recent comparable transactions.

"They are meant to be enterprise values—equity, plus net debt—for a control sale, as limited partnership transactions can often be done at a premium or discount based on the circumstances."

The valuation from Sportico conflicts with what Forbes' £2.9 billion valuation.

Liverpool are worth $4.71 billion but that could increase with Premier League salary cap

Recently, former Aston Villa CEO Keith Wyness has suggested that the Premier League should introduce a salary cap similar to the NFL.

In America, the National Football League has a 'salary cap' which limits how much each team can pay players for salaries and bonuses. Granted, this cap is set at $250 million (roughly £200M) per team per season, according to DAZN.

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Liverpool, for instance, currently spend around £141 million per year on player salaries and bonuses. This, according to Wyness, could see them benefit if the Premier League introduced a limit on how much players can pay players.

Wyness told Football Insider’s Inside Track podcast: "The NFL franchises went through the roof in terms of valuations when there was a salary cap introduced. We’ve always talked about American owners in the Premier League having enough votes, potentially, to vote something like that through.

“Wages are the cost which runs away. It isn’t so much the transfer spending, it’s the wages and the salaries.

“There’s got to be a formula which limits the transfer fee when there’s a salary cap in place. That’s what will increase the valuations of clubs and get better investment into the Premier League.”

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