Daniel Levy has made it onto the Sunday Times Rich List for the first time this year, with the Tottenham chairman’s net worth now estimated to be £329 million.
Spurs’ owner Joe Lewis is still the ultimate money man at the club with his fortune estimated to be £3.9 billion, making him the 427th richest man in the world.
However, Lewis has now seen his net worth drop for two years in a row (Football.London).
In contrast, Levy has seen his fortune increase this year, owing mainly to the increase in Tottenham Hotspur’s value (according to the Sun).
Spurs are 85.55 per cent owned by Lewis’ and Levy’s investment company ENIC, in which Levy and his family have a 29.4 per cent stake.
Tottenham’s value has now risen to a whopping £1.268 billion after the completion of the new state-of-the-art stadium.
It is claimed that the Spurs chairman earned a salary of £4m and received a £3m bonus for completing the club’s incredible new ground.
Interestingly, Tottenham’s vice president, David Pearl, is placed higher than Levy at £500m with a fortune gained through property investments.
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Since Levy’s personal fortunes are tied directly to Tottenham, it is understandable that his wealth will go up as the club’s value increases. However, one suspects Levy’s fortunes will also take a hit due to the financial impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the footballing landscape.
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