MU is still the most valuable brand in the Premier League in 2020, although the clubs must be greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The research results of the Safe Betting site show that MU is the club with the most valuable brand name in the Premier League in 2020. Despite the impact of the COVID-19 translation, MU still reached a huge value of 1.07 billion pounds in the year. by.
The MU value is only slightly higher than the second Liverpool with less than about 50 million pounds. These are also two rare clubs worth more than 1 billion pounds in the year the whole world struggled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MU is still the most valuable brand in the Premier League in 2020
The value of Man City is only ranked third in the league after losing to Liverpool in the championship race last season. From the 1.03 billion pound mark in 2019, the value of Man City has dropped to only 912 million pounds in 2020. This is the lowest value of the green half of Manchester from 2017 until now.
But Arsenal is even more pathetic than Man City when the value plummets from £ 791 million in 2018 to £ 583 million in 2020. This result makes Arsenal the lowest value in the Top 6 Premier League, losing even legendary rival Tottenham is worth £ 635 million.
Top 6 clubs with the greatest value in the Premier League in 2020
Safe Betting’s data shows that Tottenham’s value has increased to £ 371 million in the past five years. This is a worthy reward for Tottenham after the success on the field, notably the achievement of reaching the Champions League final in 2018/19.
What does MU coach say about the championship race with Liverpool?
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer shared about the championship race with Liverpool after helping MU climb to second place on the Premier League table. MU won at least against Wolves with Marcus Rashford’s goal in stoppage time. 3 points won help “Red Devils” rise to second place on the rankings and only 2 points behind Liverpool.
On this occasion, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer shared about MU competing for the Premier League title with Liverpool. The Norwegian strategist insists that MU players are not allowed to be complacent because of recent victories.