How much owner investment every club has had since 2014

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How much owner investment every club has had since 2014

Sifting through the underlying data behind Premier League clubs’ finances is a daunting task, given the complexities and creative accounting at play.

Fortunately for fans looking to wrap their heads round the numbers, football finance blogger Kieron O’Connor (AKA Swiss Ramble) does excellent and diligent work to break it all down.

His latest Twitter thread is a must-read for anyone with an interest in where their club’s money comes from – namely what proportion is from television deals, sponsorship, gate receipts and prize money, and which clubs receive the most funding directly from a wealthy owner.

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Everton join Leeds, Arsenal as contenders to sign Barcelona star

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Everton join Leeds, Arsenal as contenders to sign Barcelona star

Everton have reportedly joined Leeds and Arsenal in showing interest in Barcelona’s Rafinha.

Andre Gomes, Yerry Mina and Lucas Digne have arrived on Merseyside from Catalonia recently and Rafinha is the latest player who could follow on that well-trodden path.

Last week Leeds were reportedly keen to see how his versatility and experience would fit in at Elland Road.

Barcelona quoted an exit fee of €16million (£14.3million), which Leeds saw as reasonable. However, according to Mundo Deportivo (via Sport Witness), the deal never got off the ground with Leeds believing the fee was too “expensive” and whilst also meeting with resistance when negotiating with Barca.


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Barca initially wanted to tempt Leeds into a deal, given Rafinha is the cousin of new striker Rodrigo Moreno.

Now Sport claims Everton, Arsenal and West Ham are interested in the player with Barca eager to make sure the player’s price ‘does not drop below’ €16m.

Last month, Arsenal were apparently looking at Rahinha after withdrawing their interest in Thomas Partey of Atletico Madrid.

The midfielder was on a season-long loan deal with Celta Vigo, but has returned to his parent club and they are looking to sell.

Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti promised that his Everton side would compete across all competitions as they seek to end their 25-year wait for major silverware.

 

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