Here we show you the football clubs owned by City Football Group
Manchester City is one of the richest football clubs in the world since its owned by two of the richest sport club owners – Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Khaldoon Al Mubarak.
To be specific, Man City is owned by City Football Group that also owns 11 other football clubs around the world. And after purchasing the Italian club Palermo, they own a club in almost every continent of the world:
- Manchester City – England
- New York City – USA
- Melbourne City – Oceania
- Montevideo City Torque – Uruguay
- Girona – Spain
- Yokahoma F. Marinos – Japan
- ESTAC Troyes – France
- Bolivar FC – Senegal
- Lommel SK – Belgium
- Mumbai City – India
- Sichuan Jiuniu – China
- Palermo – Italy
Out of all the clubs mentioned above, Man City has the most valuable squad of worth more than a billion euros. They were the richest football club in Europe before Saudi Arab Public Investment Fund’s takeover Newcastle United.
Man City won the 2021/22 Premier League title which was Pep Guardiola’s fourth PL title of his managerial career. Unfortunately, they failed to win the prestigious trophy of UEFA Champions League last season because of Real Madrid’s unbelievable comeback in the semi-finals.
City has recently signed three new players and will announced them at a presentation event on Sunday, July 10. Let us tell you that Julian Alvarez, Erling Haaland and Stefan Ortega are those three latest entries in the squad.
Man City fans are eagerly waiting for the presentation, not to mention the unveiling of Erling Haaland as a City player. He is one of the best strikers in the world at present and second most valuable player after his rival Kylian Mbappe.