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The Premier League currently houses a host of the world's richest business people.
From Manchester City's Sheikh Mansour to Leicester City's Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, these guys have an estimated worth of billions.
Mansour is reportedly worth £20 billion, but none of the above come close to the Chief Executive officer and founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, who is reportedly involved in a 'secretive American investment firm' called Iconiq Capital.
So what has this got to do with football?
Iconiq Capital manages the wealth of a number of Silicon Valley billionaires, including Zuckerberg, and they have reportedly held talks with a number of buyout firms about a possible bid for Tottenham Hotspur.
The Times report that the bid is said to be worth a staggering £1 billion, but Tottenham owner Joe Lewis wants £2 billion for the club.
Private equity looking to buy that lot up the road, reports the very good @bharringtonw11 in the Sunday Times. pic.twitter.com/j3kb4Tl2IH
- Gingers for Limpar (@Gingers4Limpar) July 9, 2017
According to the report, Iconiq made a £882.6 million bid for Spurs but owner Lewis turned it down.
They were previously in talks with the club in 2014.
Spurs have now released a statement playing down reports regarding offers of interest in the club.
In the statement, the board declared that Spurs are 'not in any discussions relating to a takeover offer for the club'
This isn't the first time Zuckerberg has been involved in football headlines. In 2016, The CEO of Facebook challenged Barcelona star Neymar to a game of keepy-uppys.
Zuckerberg challenged Neymar to beat him on a game hidden behind the football emoji on the Facebook messenger app.
The 32-year-old Billionaire called the Barcelona forward out in a Facebook video:
Back in 2014, another American company Cain Hoy pulled out of any takeover bid for Tottenham Hotspur.
Do you think Tottenham should sell up to Zuckerberg's Iconiq Capital?
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