With the 2o17/18 football season underway, it's fair to say that money has dominated the summer headlines. Premier League clubs have collectively spent over a billion pounds on signings already, while Paris Saint-Germain broke the world transfer record when it spent €222 million (£200 million) on Neymar. Clubs are boosted by record TV revenues. This helps them pay players huge wages. Footballers are also free to pursue off-the-pitch sponsorship deals. Following on from our list of 15 richest football club owners in England, Business Insider has ranked the 13 richest footballers in the world using net worth data from the Sunday Times rich list, Forbes, football website Goal.com, and financial
The Championship entered its third round of fixtures on Tuesday with the early pace-setters continuing their momentum.Just three teams have been able to make a perfect start in the opening three games, with Cardiff City, Wolves and Ipswich Town picking
The Premier League returns this weekend after a thrilling start to the season that produced no less than 31 goals in the opening round of fixtures. After their stunning 2-3 home defeat to Burnley, Antonio Conte’s side are hoping to avoid becoming the first top-flight champions to lose their first two opening games since Aston Villa in 1981. Key to their hopes will be keeping Harry Kane at bay.