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Poll: Which Premier League Club Will American Investors Buy Next?

Now that Derby County has been taken over by Americans, U.S. investors now own four of the 20 Premier League clubs. The others are Liverpool, Manchester United and Aston Villa.

In all, 50% of Premier League clubs are owned by foreign investors. The question is, which clubs are next?

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One Response to Poll: Which Premier League Club Will American Investors Buy Next?

  1. Pingback: Spurs Next In Line to Be Taken Over By American Investors | EPL Talk

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