Here’s how Newcastle owner Bin Salman stacks up against Man City boss Sheikh Mansour’s fortune in terms of homes, yachts, and cars.


Here’s how Newcastle owner Bin Salman stacks up against Man City boss Sheikh Mansour’s fortune in terms of homes, yachts, and cars.

Mohammed bin Salman, the billionaire owner of Newcastle United, took over the club in October.

Now, the Saudi Crown Prince will take on the richest clubs in the Premier League by attempting to sign the best players in the world for Eddie Howe’s side.

The worlds of sports and entertainment, according to Bin Salman, are ways for his country to become a global player.

The crown prince funded the rematch between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr, which took place in the kingdom.

In the transfer market, the 36-year-old will face Sheikh Mansour, 50.

Man City’s owner has spent more than £1 billion on players and other improvements to the club.

In the most successful period in their history, City has won five Premier League titles, five League Cups, and two FA Cups.

Bin Salman’s purchase was reportedly motivated by a desire to compete with Mansour, a member of the Abu Dhabi royal family.

But, in comparison to the Sheikh, how does the Crown Prince fare?

We examine their way of life, wealth, and… controversies.

Neither of them is short on cash.

Bin Salman is thought to be worth around £13 billion, despite having almost all of Saudi Arabia’s wealth at his disposal.

Sheikh Mansour’s personal fortune is estimated to be worth around £17 billion.

Bin Salman is the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, the King’s son and the de facto ruler of the Gulf state due to King Salman’s dementia.

Bin Salman has tried to portray himself as a moderate reformer while also serving as deputy prime minister and defense minister.

Saudi women were allowed to travel abroad, register to marry or divorce, and apply for official documents for the first time in 2019 without the consent of a male guardian.

Mansour is the Minister of Presidential Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates.

While Bin Salman has concentrated on his political career as Saudi Arabia’s leader, Mansour has focused on his personal business portfolio.

Mansour is the CEO of the International Petroleum Investment Company, a holding company with interests in a variety of businesses around the world.

The owner of Manchester City owns a 32% stake in Virgin Galactic, having invested more than £200 million in the company in 2009, as well as a 9.1% stake in Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz and other brands.

Brinkwire Arabia and the English-language newspaper The National were also established by Mansour’s Abu Dhabi Media Investment Corporation.

Bin Salman is a member of the House of Saud, Saudi Arabia’s ruling family since 1744.

The family has 15,000 members, but the majority of the power and wealth is concentrated in just a few…

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