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Champions League earnings revealed: Liverpool top, Man United bottom

2017-18 Champions League earnings revealed

We now know the two semifinals for the 2017-18 Champions League.

Last Friday at UEFA HQ in Switzerland, the draw for the final four was competed

Liverpool dodged a bullet pulled Italians AS Roma in the next round.

Reigning holders Real Madrid have been pitted against German powerhouse Bayern Munich in a clash of the titans.

Following the semifinal draw, new data regarding this season’s Champions League earnings have been revealed.

Liverpool top, Man United bottom

The excellent Swiss Ramble has revealed the Champions League earnings.

Considering that Liverpool knocked out Man City in the quarterfinals, it’s no surprise to see Liverpool ahead – and top – of the UCL earnings report. Liverpool have already earned €66 million in this year’s Champions League.

Somewhat interesting is that Man City are below Chelsea in the windfall stakes. Chelsea took home €2 million more than the Sky Blues.

As for Tottenham, they scooped €60 million, while Manchester United are the bottom of the list.

The Red Devils only took home €39 million from the Champions League.

That’s because Man United missed out on a share of the spoils from the first round of the competition, having qualified for the UCL by winning the Europa League.

Also see: 2019 Premier League outright odds: Liverpool & Man United favourites to stop Man City.

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