English football club, Manchester City will be not only be celebrating their 2022/23 Premier League title triumph but also a financial windfall as they are set to earn an estimated £166 million (Rs. 58.5 billion) from central funds and prize cash this season.
The hefty sum highlights the club’s dominant performance on and off the pitch, securing their status as one of English football’s powerhouses.
Following closely behind, Arsenal, who finished second in the league standings, will receive a substantial payment of £162.2 million. Although they fell short of the title, their impressive campaign still paid dividends in terms of financial rewards.
Meanwhile, Manchester United and Newcastle United, finishing in third and fourth place, respectively, will also reap the benefits of their strong performances.
Manchester United is expected to pocket £158.6 million, while Newcastle United is set to receive £156.8 million. These figures emphasize the importance of securing a top-four finish, not only for sporting aspirations but also for the financial stability of the clubs involved.
Overall, the Premier League’s 20 clubs are projected to share a staggering £2.7 billion from the league, demonstrating the immense financial power of English football’s top tier.