Not only have Tottenham Hotspur posted world record profits of £113 million in their recent annual results, but they will now be granted £72.3m in Champions League money for the season (Football Insider).
Even if Spurs are knocked out in the semi final against Ajax, the competition distribution data shows that the North London side will receive £47.2m for reaching this stage.
This number is then reinforced by both the share of the TV money and a boost for their UEFA coefficient ranking.
Spurs are currently ranked 25th in Europe for their coefficient, but 19th in this season’s Champions League, netting them a further £13.4m.
Tottenham will also be granted a £11.7m share of the TV pool, partly based on their third placed spot in the Premier League last season.
This £72.3 total windfall will be music to Tottenham’s ears with a big summer transfer window on the horizon.
Will Daniel Levy reinvest it in the squad?
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