Tottenham Hotspur’s qualification from Group B to the knockout stage of the Champions League has earned them a cash windfall from UEFA.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side ground out a 1-1 draw with Barcelona on Tuesday evening at the Nou Camp which along with Inter Milan’s failure to beat bottom of the group PSV Eindhoven meant that Spurs will know be in the draw for the round of 16 on Monday.
Qualification for Tottenham and Daniel Levy in particular has meant that the club will receive a payout of €9.5m (UEFA).
Spurs have already received €15.25m for making it into the group stage of the competition and will earn further income from television coverage.
Last season, Tottenham also made it through it to the last 16 only to lose 4-3 on aggregate to Juventus, earning the club €61.3m in the process (Goal.com).
During that campaign, Spurs earned €12.7m just for appearing in the group stage, where their impressive record of five wins and one draw earned them €8.7m and appearing in the first knockout round was worth an additional €6m. The TV pool earned them a further €32.4m
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