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Man Utd stars dominate Sunday Times Young Rich list ahead of Arsenal and Chelsea rivals with 34 footballers in top 100

PAUL POGBA is the wealthiest footballer under 30 in the UK.

And he leads the way of the nine Manchester United stars to make the top 100 for the Sunday Times Young Rich List.

Paul Pogba is the top footballer on the Sunday Times Young Rich List

Manchester City stars Raheem Sterling, John Stones and Kevin de Bruyne are all in the top 100

In total, a whopping 34 footballers make the cut which is topped by Johnny Boufarhat, the Australian-born businessman who has made £2.06billion from his online platform Hopin.

Jack Sullivan, son of West Ham co-owner David, is second on £1.1bn with Pogba the highest Prem star.

He is worth a massive £77million – an increase of £13m from last year and good enough for ninth in the overall list behind singer Harry Styles.

Manchester City pair Kevin De Bruyne (£58m) and Raheem Sterling (£50m) complete the podium, the latter being one of 11 England internationals.


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Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku complete the top five of football stars level on £42m – good enough for equal-19th.

Three Liverpool players fit inside the top ten thanks to inclusions for Mo Salah (£41m), Virgil van Dijk (£33m) and Roberto Firmino (£26m), who slots behind Luke Shaw (£28m) and Alexandre Lacazette (£27m).

The other Red Devils players in the top 100 for Britain’s wealthiest youngsters are Marcus Rashford (£22m), Raphael Varane (£20m), Harry Maguire (£17m), Phil Jones (£15m), Fred (£14m), Victor Lindelof (£11m) and Jesse Lingard (£10m).

Despite their injury woes in recent years, former Arsenal duo Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (£20m) and Jack Wilshere (£18m) are among the 52 richest under-30s in the country.


Wilshere is the only footballer in the list not playing in the Premier League right now.

Other notable stars include Liverpool star Sadio Mane (£19m), John Stones (£16m) and Ivory Coast international Wilfried Zaha (£15m) – the only other ace not at a so-called ‘Big Six’ club.

Ben Chilwell’s rehab from knee surgery will be buoyed by his £13m wealth earning him 29th of the footballers and 77th overall.

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There is space for two goalkeepers with Kepa Arrizabalaga (£15m) finally landing the No1 spot as he pips Alisson (£10m).

And the final Premier League ace included is Nicolas Pepe, also on £10m, which puts him level with singer Sam Fender, F1’s Lando Norris and tennis queen Emma Raducanu.



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