UEFA have revealed just how much money Tottenham Hotspur received for their involvement in last season’s Champions League.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side made it to the round of 16 of the competition before losing 4-3 to Italian giants Juventus over two legs.
Tottenham pocketed £54.3m for their part which takes into account payments from the host TV broadcaster and also included bonuses for reaching each stage of the competition and winning games in the group stage.
Eventual winners Real Madrid were the top earners after netting £78.4m, while other Premier League sides received their fair share of income. Liverpool (£71.9m), Man City (£56.6m), Chelsea (£57.6m) did well while Manchester United came out with the lowest amount, a mere £35.7m.
Tottenham’s poor start to this season’s Champions League campaign is likely to mean that they will earn a significantly lower amount, especially if they drop out of the competition in the group stage.
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