Man United Beats Rivals Arsenal, Man City, and Chelsea to Rank Top As the Most Valuable Premier League Club

Man United Beats Rivals Arsenal, Man City, and Chelsea to Rank Top As the Most Valuable Premier League Club

  • Man United have enjoyed a steady run of form this season under the tutelage of Erik ten Hag
  • United's good form on the pitch seems to be paying off, with their stocks rising significantly
  • A recent study shows that the Red Devils are currently the most valuable club in the EPL
  • Liverpool and Manchester City made the top three, with Newcastle also featuring

Manchester United have once again beaten rivals Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Chelsea to rank top as the most valuable club in the Premier League.

United have enjoyed a steady run of form on the pitch this season under Erik ten Hag, who joined the club in the summer to replace Ralf Rangnick.

Manchester United, Arsenal, Man City, Liverpool, Premier League, Chelsea.
Manchester United stars celebrate after scoring during the Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium. Photo by John Walton.
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The Red Devils are currently the only English club challenging for more than three trophies, with Ten Hag's charges firmly in the EPL title race.

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The Old Trafford dwellers are also challenging for the Carabao Cup, FA Cup, and Europa League.

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Man United most valuable club

It seems their impressive run of form is paying off in terms of value, with the club currently the most valuable in the English topflight.

According to a study by Sportico, the Red Devils' value has increased by 28 per cent over a two-year period.

United now have a valuation of $5.95 billion, while Liverpool is placed second with a valuation of $4.71b.

Reigning champions Manchester City complete the top three podium with a value of $4.43 billion.

Below are the top 10 most valuable clubs in the EPL:

1. Manchester United £4.8bn

2. Liverpool £3.8bn

3. Man City £3.5bn

4. Arsenal £2.9bn

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5. Chelsea £2.8bn

6. Tottenham £2.6bn

7. West Ham £539m

8. Everton £486m

9. Leicester £442m

10. Newcastle £357m

Rashford's message after Arsenal loss

Manchester United's unbeaten run since the World Cup ended was halted by a 3-2 loss to league leaders Arsenal, thanks to a 90th minute winner from Eddie Nketiah.

Rashford took to his Twitter page to post a message to the fans, as earlier reported by Sports Brief, he admitted to being devastated by the manner of the loss and looked ahead to the coming games.

United take on Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup later tonight for a chance to make the final and win their first silverware since 2017.

Source: SportsBrief.com