Mohammed bin Salman. After taking over Newcastle United’s Public Investment Fund (PIF), a group of funds from Saudi Arabia. It immediately made the Salika Dong army become the richest football team in the world.
With assets worth up to 320 billion pounds (about 14 trillion baht) of PIF , Saint-Sheikh Mansour, owner of Manchester City, who has a property value of 23,200 million pounds (about 1,067.2 billion baht) on the podium. Is the number one in the football industry overwhelmingly.
Leading the takeover is PIF chairman Mohammed bin Salman, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. Who rules on behalf of the government, and the country’s deputy prime minister. And Chairman of the Council for Economic Affairs and Development including the Minister of Defense
Most recently, The Sun, the British media delved into the personal story of bin Salman. Especially the issue of wealth and ownership. “The most expensive house in the world” in Paris, France.
Named after The Chateau Louis XIV, the Saudi prince paid £230 million in 2015 for a luxury mansion in the west of Paris. Covering an area of more than 50,000 square meters. There are 10 master bedrooms, swimming pool both inside and outside. It is decorate with gold in many places that it is compare to the Taj Mahal.