The Sun report that Tottenham could net between £37m and £110m next season after making their return to the Champions League group stage.
Spurs rode on a crest of strong form to end the Premier League campaign and confirmed their place in the top tier European competition with a 5-0 win over Norwich on the final day.
Antonio Conte’s side held a slender advantage over rivals Arsenal but ensured a top four spot in the table courtesy of a goal from Harry Kane and braces from Heung-min Son and Dejan Kulusevski.
And with Tottenham getting set to face some of the continent’s best teams next season, reaching the Champions League will also provide the North London club with some financial muscle.
A report from The Sun notes Spurs are guaranteed to pocket a minimum of £37.49 million after qualifying, with the figure having the potential to reach more than £110 million.
A £13.26 million payment is sent to all of Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea and Spurs as part a participation agreement, while the latter will receive over £17 million for their historical coefficient ranking.
Tottenham will then claim just £2.88 million in the first half of the £28.7 million TV pool which is shared between the four sides, while the quartet are guaranteed to earn £4 million in the second part, which can be increased depending on their progression.
Meanwhile, reaching next year’s final in Istanbul with an increased share of the TV pool along the way is also worth £73 million for the sides involved.
Spurs Web Opinion
This is a big opportunity for Tottenham with what is at stake so they have to make sure they take advantage of it, especially with Conte in charge.
It is a tough competition to be in but the financial benefits of being in it are evident to see, so they need to capitalise on that and give themselves the best chance of progressing through.
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