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Money Rybolovlev and Pinault Among the richest owners of the world

15:55  07 april  2021
15:55  07 april  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

Paris. Anne Hidalgo wants to make the former trade scholarship An

 Paris. Anne Hidalgo wants to make the former trade scholarship An vaccination center © Bertrand Guay / Archives AFP The Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, at a press conference to announce an art museum project in the Trade stock exchange building in the center of Paris, which will house the private art collection of François Pinault, on April 27, 2016, in Paris. The former trade scholarship, located between the Louvre and the marsh has been renovated and transformed into a contemporary art center to eventually welcome François Pinault's collections.

  Rybolovlev et Pinault parmi les propriétaires les plus riches du monde © provided by Sofoot

silver flows flows in league 1.

Forbes has published a top 20 the world's richest sports team owners and surprise Two French clubs are present at the call. In the 4th place, we find the Stade Rennais, owned by François Pinault and his family. His fortune would be $ 42.3 billion. Yes, the Bretons could make follies in the transfer market without jeopardizing the financial health of their owner. For his part, Dmitry Rybolovlev gets in 18th place. The Russian owner of AS Monaco raised $ 6.7 billion.

PSG can not appear in this ranking since it is not possessed by a person, but rather by a state. On the podium, no football team is the orange ball that holds high drage. Daniel Gilbert ($ 51.9 billion) is 3rd with Cleveland Cavaliers, Steve Ballmer ($ 68.7 billion) second with Los Angeles Clippers. As for the great winner, it is called Mukesh Ambani ($ 84.5 billion) and has Mumbai Indians, a cricket team.

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