Which clubs in Europe’s top three leagues are owned by billionaire brothers?
The owner of world’s most famous yacht, the yacht club and the ocean club are owned and managed by brothers who also own Manchester United and Manchester City, according to a report from the Sunday Times.
The billionaire brothers, Willem and Louis van Gaal, are the owners of the United States’ Manchester United.
They also own the Dutch club Ajax, and are also the owners and operators of the club AC Milan.
They are the second- and third-richest people in the world, after Rupert Murdoch.
The Sunday Times, which is owned by the same family as the Times newspaper, reported the wealth of the three brothers and their family in the past year.
Willem Van Gaal, the father of the Dutch footballing legend Paul, was ranked the second wealthiest in the United Kingdom in 2014, according the Forbes list.
The brothers are also worth an estimated £1.7 billion.
The club they own, the Ocean Club, is the world’s largest yacht club.
The Atlantic Club is the only one of the clubs in the top three in Europe, according a 2016 report from Lux Research.
The Ocean Club has an annual budget of more than $2.6 billion, according Lux Research, which said it attracts more than 5 million visitors a year.
According to Lux Research the club has more than 30 teams, which are ranked in the World Club Rankings.
In the Atlantic Club’s annual report, the club said the “sport of the Atlantic” attracts around 40,000 to 50,000 fans per match.
In addition to their wealth, the Van Gaal brothers have a history of making big money.
Wille and Louis Van Gaal owned the club’s youth team from 2008 until 2010, the Financial Times reported in 2016.
The Daily Mail also reported that Willem had “betrayed” his father and his brother in a bid to get rich.
The Van Gaal boys had “sold off stakes in a number of European clubs in an attempt to raise millions from the sport.”
In 2009, the elder Van Gaal bought the club from his brother Louis for just $2 million.
In 2015, Louis bought the Atlantic club for $4.8 million, according Fortune.
According the Sunday Sun, the brothers were the main shareholders of the team.
In a statement, the Atlantic Football Club said the club “takes pride in its footballing heritage and its long tradition of excellence.”
The club said it was “very happy to welcome the brothers into our family” and would continue to “support our players and the clubs they play for.”