FIFA will pay clubs whose players participated in the World Cup some good financial compensation after the tournament comes to an end.
The English Premier League leads the rest with an expected £30m in compensation for supplying more players at the biggest football event this summer in Russia.
According to data from Berlin-based communications specialists Tonka, it revealed that world football’s governing body will give out £6,460 per day for any player released to play at Russia 2018.
There for, English sides Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham are expected to cash in more than £3m each, while Real Madrid and Barcelona representing the Spanish Laliga stand split £7m between them.
Tottenham have nine players that made it to the final four of the World Cup with most of them squaring up against each other in the third place match won by Belguim 2-0 against England on Saturday, leaving only France captain and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris as the recognized figure in the final against Croatia.
England have five Spurs players in their squad – in Kieran Trippier, Danny Rose, Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Harry Kane, on the other hand, the ‘Red Devils’ of Belgium 23-man contingent has Spurs trio Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld and Mousa Dembele.
Chelsea are represented by N’Golo Kante and Olivier Giroud for France, Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard for Beligum and defender Gary Cahill for England.
The biggest club football giants both from Spain’s Laliga Barcelona and Real Madrid have their midfield enforcers Ivan Rakitic and Luka Modric in Croatia, while France also have Barca duo Ousmane Dembele and Samuel Umtiti teaming up with Real defender Raphael Varane.
Here is a break down of the top ten clubs and how much compensation they will cash in on from their players participation at the World.
1. Manchester City £3.9m
2. Real Madrid £3.8m
3. Chelsea 3.5m
4. Tottenham £3.4m
5. Barcelona £3.2m
6. PSG £3.2m
7. Manchester United £3.0m
8. Monaco £2.7m
9. Atletico Madrid £2.4m
10. Juventus £2.2m