Manchester United sitting on more cash than any other Premier League club

14 August 2019

Harry Maguire
Photo: Getty Images Though cash can be a good indicator of financial stability, it should not be taken at face value according to two football finance experts.

The Reds have far more cash at hand than their wealthy city rivals, while newcomers Sheffield have the least in the league.

Though cash can be a good indicator of financial stability, it should not be taken at face value according to two football finance experts.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

As the dust settles from the recently closed transfer window, offthepitch.com takes a look at the cash at hand of the Premier League’s big and small spenders. 

Looking at the accounts from the 2017/18 season, it becomes obvious that Manchester United have a solid pot of gold sitting at the bottom of Old Trafford, though Arsenal are not far behind their rivals from the north. 

The clubs’ latest publicly available figures show the Red Devils have £242 million in cash while Arsenal have £231.3 million, significantly more than any other clubs in the league. 

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