5 Billionaires Who Are Likely To Buy A Premier League Club 

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Two big Premier League clubs are likely to see a change in the ownership structure in the coming weeks. The deadline has been set for the sale of Manchester United, while FSG is also exploring the options of selling their majority stake in Liverpool.

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We take a look at some of the billionaires who are in the race to buy Premier League clubs this year.

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Sir Jim RatcliffeSir Jim Ratcliffe, the chemical magnate who is also the richest man in England, is keen to get hold of a Premier League club, and he is among the frontrunners to buy Manchester United. Ratcliffe has also shown interest in Liverpool.

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Qatari ConsortiumHamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, the uncle of the Emir of Qatar, is reportedly said to be one of the main figures interested in buying Manchester United. The former Prime Minister's son, Jassim bin Hamad bin Jaber Al Thani, is also a part of the consortium. 

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Joel and Avram GlazerSurprised? As rumours had it, Joel Glazer and Avram Glazer will be submitting the proposals to buy out the club from their four siblings.

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Elliott Investment ManagementThe American hedge fund Elliott Investment Management has also entered the Man Utd takeover race with an initial proposal of around $5 million.

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Jahm NajafiJahm Najafi, the Iranian-American billionaire who owns the Najafi Companies, is interestest to acquire Tottenham Hotspurs from ENIC Group. Najafi is currently vice-chairman of McLaren’s F1 team and owns a stake in Phoenix Suns.